Steve Bruce has been appointed manager of Sky Bet Championship side Sheffield Wednesday and will take up the post at the start of February.
The 58-year-old, whose first managerial job was with the Owls' city rivals Sheffield United in 1998, will take over the role on February 1.
Bruce makes a swift return to management after leaving Aston Villa in October, and will be hoping to add to the four second tier promotions on his CV.
Sheffield Wednesday 2018/19 odds
(via Sky Bet, click links for relevant market)
Long-time coaching associates Steve Agnew and Stephen Clemence will take charge of the Sky Bet Championship outfit in the meantime.
He replaces Jos Luhukay, who was sacked last month after a disappointing first half of the campaign.
Lee Bullen has been in caretaker charge since Luhukay's departure, guiding Wednesday to two victories and two draws.
The Owls are currently 16th in the table, 10 points clear of relegation trouble.
A reminder of Adam Reach's stunners for Sheffield Wednesday earlier in the season...
Odds correct as of 1450 GMT on 02/01/19