13. Julen Lopetegui (Wolves)
Julen Lopetegui was appointed by Wolves in November 2022, with the task of ensuring Premier League survival. He led the club to a respectable 13th-place finish last season. They will hope for an even better outing this season. They are in 12th place currently with 15 points from 12 matches.
12. Marco Silva (Fulham)
Fulham have played neck-to-neck with anyone that has come their way, they played entertaining football. They finished last season in 10th place, not bad for a Premier League newcomer. However, they have only managed 12 points in the first 12 games this season.
11. Thomas Frank (Brentford)
Thomas Frank has done a tremendous job with this Brentford side on a tight budget. They finished 9th last season and if they can replicate the success this season, it will be a great achievement for the manager. So far, they have secured 16 points from the first 12 matches.
10. David Moyes (West Ham)
David Moyes didn’t exactly have the greatest last season, as the club finished in the 14th place on the Premier League table. However, they managed to win the UEFA Europa Conference League on a historic night for the club. The fans will hope for a better finish on the Premier League table this season though.
9. Mauricio Pochettino (Chelsea)
Mauricio Pochettino has a huge job on his hands at Chelsea. The Blues were nothing short of a shambles last season and their start to this season has not been any different. If Pochettino can lead the club to a top-four finish, it would be considered a job well done.
8. Erik Ten Hag (Manchester United)
Erik ten Hag landed a trophy in his debut season at Manchester United, winning the Carabao Cup. They also reached the final of the FA Cup, losing ultimately to the treble-winning neighbours Manchester City. However, they have made an average start to this campaign with 21 points from the first 12 games.