The Power are not the only Premier League side to have gone on to become successful under their current boss.
Here’s a look at how some of the other clubs who have had an impact have done it. 1) Manchester United (1994-1996) They were the first English team to win the Premier League title since Manchester United and Liverpool, who were both relegated in 1998.
It was also the first season in which United’s new owner, Sir Alex Ferguson, took over.
The Old Trafford club finished third for three years in a row, the longest run in the history of the club.
They also won their first league title, and they finished top of the Premier league in the 2001/02 season.
They won the FA Cup for the second time, in 2002/03.
The biggest change in the side came in 1996/97, when they were promoted to the top flight.
It proved to be a difficult period for Ferguson and the players as they battled relegation from the top division.
They were beaten in the play-offs by Liverpool, and were eliminated in the first round by Arsenal.
They returned to the Premier under Ferguson in 1997/98.
The new manager, Alex Ferguson who would become the manager of Liverpool when the club returned to European competition in 1998, oversaw a renaissance.
He oversaw a revival of the team in the mid-2000s and helped them qualify for the Champions League and a European Cup semi-final against Bayern Munich.
2) Chelsea (1997-1998) It took a few years for the Blues to become a real force in the Premier game.
They went on to win three successive Premier League titles in the early 2000s, winning the league in 1997, 1998 and 1999.
The club went into the 2000/01 season with the worst goal difference in the league, but they were able to beat the champions of the league twice in a season.
The Blues won the Champions league in 2002 and won the Europa League the following season.
3) Arsenal (2004-2006) They won their second league title in a decade under Arsene Wenger in 2004/05.
They had a huge turnaround under Wenger in 2006/07 and won a second Premier League trophy in a year with a 3-0 win over Manchester United.
They finished the season third, behind only Liverpool and Manchester City.
They are now playing in the Champions Cup final, but it will be their first season as an English team.
4) Liverpool (2006-2007) After the Champions win in 2006, the Reds were back on the rise, finishing fourth in the table.
They started the season with a 4-1 loss to Manchester United in the FA cup final.
The following season, they won the league and reached the Champions final.
Liverpool have since qualified for the last 16 of the Champions competition, winning a fifth successive Premier league title.
5) Arsenal and Manchester United The last two clubs to win a Premier league championship under Ferguson were both promoted in the 2000s.
Both Liverpool and United are now in the top four of the top tier of English football, with Arsenal having won the title in 2003/04.
6) Chelsea and Manchester Arsenal The Blues have won the Premier division once before, in 2000, but have never won the competition.
They lost the title to United in 2006.
They have been promoted to Europe for the first time since the 2000-01 season.
7) Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur Tottenham Hotspurs finished second in the 2008/09 season.
But it was the form of Chelsea that won the championship in 2008/9.
They clinched the Champions title in 2010/11.
Chelsea won the 2011/12 Premier League and won their sixth successive league title last season.
8) Chelsea Tottenham Hotsps won the last three Premier league titles under Jose Mourinho in England.
But they were not as successful under Harry Redknapp, who left the club in 2013.
Spurs finished fourth in 2012/13 and finished fourth the following year.
9) Chelsea Liverpool won the 2009/10 title, their first ever in England and their first Premier league crown since 1997/8.
They made the Champions and Europa League semi-finals.
They took the title again in 2013/14, beating Manchester City 3-1 in the semi-finale.
10) Arsenal Arsenal have been the best team in English football since winning the title.
But there have been some injuries to the squad this season.
Arsene said in March that he was “hopeful” the injury crisis will not affect his team too much.
11) Manchester City Manchester City have been champions for almost a decade now, but were relegated to the third tier of the English football pyramid in 2016.
The team has won the domestic league three times, won the European Cup twice, and the FA and Champions League titles twice.
12) Manchester Arsenal Arsenal are one of the few clubs in English soccer that are consistently promoted to European football.
They reached the