Kevin Keegan is relishing the challenge of managing Newcastle for a second time and enabling the club´s long-suffering fans to "have dreams" again.

Keegan, who quit the club 11 years ago, made a stunning return to St James´ Park on Wednesday night when he was announced as Sam Allardyce´s successor.

"I know what they want and I know what they don´t want as well," he told talkSPORT. "As long as they are realistic and patient I think we can try again to help them have dreams and possibly win something."

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