If Glenn Hoddle is tempted by a better offer and moves on at the end of the season, he will leave behind two memories of his time at Molineux.
One will be the proud legacy of a Wolverhampton Wanderers team who have become hard to beat. They have lost just once in 23 league matches, a run which he hopes is extended to 24 against Sheffield United on Sunday when Wolves bid to secure a top ten finish.
The other memory will be that of a team who have saved themselves so many draws and even a couple of wins with a glut of late goals.
The latest was at Reading on Saturday, when Rohan Ricketts' 84th-minute strike earned victory. It took the amount of points Wolves have earned in the final ten minutes of matches well into double figures when defeats could so easily have left Hoddle's men fighting a relegation battle.
Whether this can be explained by a greater belief instilled in this Wolves team or a greater standard of fitness Hoddle diplomatically finds hard to say.
"I can't comment on what has happened before I was here," he said. "You'd have to ask the players whether they feel fitter.
"We do seem to last well and stay very strong whether we are trying to hang onto a game or come back.
"We can score late goals and have proved that with what we've done.
"Unfortunately, we've conceded one or two as well. But it was pleasing for me at Reading that we weathered a bit of a storm at the end.
"There have been so many games when we'd been in that situation before and come out with a draw when we deserved to win."
On-loan Ricketts' first goal for the club at Reading, to follow Leon Clarke's equaliser might have caused Hoddle a tricky selection issue for Sunday.
Both played only due to the injuries that sidelined Carl Cort and captain Paul Ince. Cort and Ince are both on the mend, but Hoddle has hinted that neither will figure against the Blades.
"At this stage of season we won't want to take any risks and the boys who came in did well at Reading," said Hoddle, "That was as good as we have played all season."
As for the biggest question of all, his own whereabouts next season, Hoddle remains non-committal. "We've got to talk between now and the end of the week," he said. "And hopefully we'll have a bit of news by then."