Nigel Adkins has taken over as Hull City manager, signing an 18-month contract after the departure of Leonid Slutsky.
Slutsky left the KCOM Stadium by mutual consent with the Tigers - home to Socceroos midfielder Jackson Irvine - just three points clear of the relegation zone in the Championship after a run of seven matches without a win.
The Russian is replaced by Adkins, who takes on a full-time managerial role for the first time since being sacked by Sheffield United, then in League One, in May of last year.
The 52-year-old has agreed a contract with Hull until the end of next season and takes assistant Andy Crosby with him.
Adkins will oversee his first training session on Thursday ahead of a home clash with Brentford on Sunday (AEDT).