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New Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez has confirmed that there is a break clause in his contract should he not manage to keep the club in the Barclays Premier League.
However, the 55-year-old Spaniard, who will send out his team for the first time at leaders Leicester on Monday evening, is convinced it will not be used as he attempts to pull off a 10-game rescue mission.
Speaking as he was unveiled to the media at St James' Park on Saturday afternoon, Benitez said when asked about the clause: "Yes, but some people can see this as special, but it's normal.
"I am coming here trying to do my best to stay in the Premier League and if I have a compromise for the future, it's because I am convinced that we will do well. I want to stay here - that means that I want to win from Monday."