Valencia have appointed former Watford manager Javi Gracia as their new coach on a two-year contract.
Gracia replaces Voro, who served as interim coach in the closing weeks of the La Liga season after Albert Celades was sacked last month.
A run of one win in five matches following the campaign's June restart saw Celades dismissed, with sporting director Cesar Sanchez then also resigning.
Results only marginally improved under Voro - formerly Celades' assistant - as Valencia took seven points from their remaining six matches.
The club have therefore moved to instead appoint Gracia, who was last in work at Watford.
The 50-year-old, who also coached Osasuna and Rubin Kazan, led Watford to the 2018-19 FA Cup final but was sacked last September early in a campaign that concluded with the Hornets' relegation from the Premier League.