The German, among the many potential successors to Ronny Deila being spoken about by Celtic fans, has made a big impact in England.
Appointed in November, ex-Borussia Dortmund II boss Wagner celebrated his 10th win at Blackburn Rovers on Saturday and has guided Town to 16th position and Championship safety.
The imaginative appointment has brought the club publicity at a national level.
The full-throttle football favoured by the former USA international striker has appealed to the supporters.
And the confirmation of a number of new signings for next season has solidified the sense of optimism and momentum created by Town’s £179 season-card offer.
Of course nobody wants to see Wagner, who is on a rolling 12-month contract, leave the Championship club.
But as Oscar Wilde said, the only thing in life worse than being talked about is not being talked about.