Eddie Howe's tenure at Newcastle will be similar to that of Mark Hughes during his spell at Manchester City.
That's according to talkSPORT's Simon Jordan, who is unsure if the Magpies boss is the right man to win 'significant things' at the club.
Since his appointment in November 2021, Howe has played a crucial role in Newcastle's emphatic rise in the Premier League.
They finished fourth last season and sealed a return to the Champions League for the first time in 20 years.
A 4-1 win over Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday night has proven that they can compete amongst the best.
However, ex-Crystal Palace owner Jordan believes that Howe is a building block in Newcastle's project and may not be able to get them over the line with trophies.
Speaking on White and Jordan, he said: «If the big occasion is the delivery of an outcome for Newcastle with some significant straps, some significant balls, I question that.
»Not because I'm being mean-spirited, but because I think that there will come a point where the opportunity for Newcastle to achieve what we believe, we don't know, but what we believe is the ultimate game-plan from this PIF ownership which is to turn Newcastle into a dominant power force in English and European football.
«I feel that Eddie will do a job that gets you to the point where you're getting close to it, you're getting the Mauricio Pochettino territory of getting a side that gets you there, but can't quite win.
»When a club changes direction and pivots on a sixpence… Howe could not have got his timing better.
«They could have put Genghis Khan in control of Newcastle post-Mike Ashley and the Newcastle fans would have rallied round with this fervour they've got.
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