Over 70 per cent of Premier League managers think Spain will win Euro 2012, while Wayne Rooney is the dream signing for nearly half of them.
The majority (73%) of top-flight bosses expect England to reach the quarter-finals, with the remaining managers predicting that Roy Hodgson's side will reach the semi-final stages.
Joe Hart (60%) topped the poll as to who will be England's outstanding player during the European Championships, followed by Steven Gerrard (13%).
On the domestic front According to the research by Barclays, title sponsor of the League Managers Association (LMA), nearly half of the managers rate Manchester United's Rooney (47%) as their dream signing if money were no object, ahead of Robin van Persie (20%) and Barclays Player of the Season, Vincent Kompany (13%).
Barclays Manager of the Season Alan Pardew's proficiency in the transfer market has been recognised with the research indicating 33 per cent of managers consider Papiss Cisse as the best buy of the season. Cisse's Newcastle team-mate Demba Ba (20%) was second along with Manchester City's Sergio Aguero (20%).
Brendan Rodgers' resourcefulness at Swansea City was also praised, with over half of the respondents (53%) indicating the Welsh side was the best team last season with the resources they had, with 27 per cent choosing Norwich City after their excellent season under Paul Lambert.
Managers overwhelmingly named Arsenal striker Robin van Persie (67%) as the outstanding player of the Barclays Premier League season, beating Manchester City's title-winning quartet of David Silva (13%), Vincent Kompany (7%), Joe Hart (7%) and Sergio Aguero (7%).
Van Persie will also be the player to watch in the Barclays Premier League next season, with over half the managers surveyed suggesting that the Dutch striker will make the most impact in the league.
Top-flight bosses have tipped Southampton and Reading (both 40%) to fare best out of the newly-promoted clubs in the Barclays Premier League next season, with Saints striker Ricky Lambert (33%) rated as the player from a lower league team with the most potential to succeed in the top flight.
Full list of results:
Which team will win this summer's European Championships in Poland & Ukraine?
1. Spain 73%
2. Germany 27%
How far will England progress in the tournament?
1. Quarter-finals 73%
2. Semi-finals 27%
Who will be England's best player at Euro 2012?
1. Joe Hart 60%
2. Steven Gerrard 13%
3. Phil Jones 7%
4. Theo Walcott 7%
5. Wayne Rooney 7%
6. Scott Parker 7%
If money were no object, which Barclays Premier League player would you like to sign?
1. Wayne Rooney 47%
2. Robin Van Persie 20%
3. Vincent Kompany 13%
4. Sergio Aguero 7%
5. David Silva 7%
6. Michael Carrick 7%
Who was the best signing in the Barclays Premier League last season?
1. Papiss Cisse 33%
2. Sergio Aguero 20%
3. Demba Ba 20%
4. Michael Vorm 7%
5. Scott Parker 7%
6. Phil Jones 7%
7. Gylfi Sigurdsson 7%
Which team was the team of the season based on their relative resources?
1. Swansea City 53%
2. Norwich City 27%
3. Newcastle United 13%
4. Wigan Athletic 7%
Which player from the lower leagues has the potential to play in the Barclays Premier League
1. Ricky Lambert (Southampton) 33%
2. Jay Rodriguez (Burnley) 7%
3. Matty Phillips (Blackpool) 7%
4. Nick Powell (Crewe) 7%
5. Nathan Redman (Birmingham) 7%
6. Joby McAnuff (Reading) 7%
7. Did Not Answer 33%
Which newly-promoted team will fair best in next season's Barclays Premier League?
1. Southampton 40%
2. Reading 40%
3. West Ham United 20%
Who was the outstanding player of the Barclays Premier League season?
1. Robin Van Persie 67%
2. David Silva 13%
3. Vincent Kompany 7%
4. Joe Hart 7%
5. Sergio Aguero 7%
Which Barclays Premier League player will make the most impact next season?
1. Robin Van Persie 53%
2. David Silva 13%
3. Wayne Rooney 7%
4. Joe Hart 7%
5. Did not answer 20%
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