Sheffield Wednesday have appointed Steve Bruce as their new manager.
Bruce, who has a wealth of managerial experience at clubs such as Wigan Athletic, Sunderland, Birmingham City, Hull City and Aston Villa, joins with Wednesday 16th in the Championship table.
Bruce will begin his role on 1 February with coaches Steve Agnew and Stephen Clemence taking charge of the team until then.
The Owls are on a four match unbeaten run since Lee Bullen took over the side in an interim role following the dismissal of Jos Luhukay on 21 December.
58-year-old Bruce has won promotion from the Championship four times in a managerial career that spans two decades.
His first job in management came in the red and white half of Sheffield as he guided Sheffield United to eighth in the First Division in 1999 before making the switch to Huddersfield Town.
Bruce has been out of a job since he was sacked by Aston Villa in October and takes over a Wednesday side who sit seven points above the relegation zone.