Steve McClaren has been appointed the new boss of German side Wolfsburg after deciding to leave FC Twente.
The former Middlesbrough and England coach led Twente to the Dutch title and has been known to be considering his options.
Wolfsburg won the Bundesliga title in 2009 – but things did not go so well for them last season and they sacked Armin Veh shortly after the winter break.
Lorenz-Gunther Kostner was in caretaker control but he could only guide them to eighth.
McClaren has now agreed a three-year deal to take control of the club.