Neil Warnock has pulled a light-hearted joke at himself, a day after being reappointed Huddersfield Town manager.
The 74-year old rejoined the Yorkshire club after 28 years away, in the hope he can save the club from relegation as the Terriers sit second bottom in the Championship.
In recent years, Warnock has shown a more humourous side to himself and has cracked a funny joke on the much-talked-about Valentine’s Day.
On his Twitter this morning, the manager posted a picture of himself alongside a dinosaur sculpture, with the caption “From one dinosaur to another…not extinct yet! 😉”.
From one dinosaur to another 🤣
Not extinct yet 😉🤞 pic.twitter.com/fpN6jZOuk5
— Neil Warnock (@warnockofficial) February 14, 2023
Warnock continues to prove to the footballing world that he’s not going anywhere anytime soon, with this second Huddersfield stint his 19th managerial job since his debut in 1980.
The man that holds a record of gaining promotion as a manager eight times in his career isn’t likely to get Huddersfield back into the Premier League this season, but the club will just be keen to survive this season so they can restart next campaign and aim once again for the Premier League.