I think a team like Brighton are hard to take too far forward from where they are. Ultimately finances restrict them from adding that desired level of quality, the fact Potter is often able to outplay sides and generally make them tough to beat with the players he has is a promising sign for me, many have said in the past that if he had a 15-20 goal striker in his team they’d be far better off and I also agree with that notion. At Spurs he’d have a 30 goal a season striker should Kane stay. It’s not an appointment that’ll happen though because I think Levy will chase Nagelsmann or Rodgers but I’d personally be open for someone like Potter to come in. Nuno is a big no for me though. If people on here already complain about Jose’s style of football then they won’t like Nuno’s much either. His time at Wolves has been good but a lot overlook the fact he’s actually had a lot of money pumped into that team for him and somewhat had a cheat code with the Mendes involvement, he more or less had a Premier League team in the Championship, added some more quality when they came up, and they’re probably about where they should be, I don’t think he’s helped them excel or anything and I don’t overly enjoy watching his team either.