Jack Ross has lifted the lid on why he took on the job as the new Sunderland manager.
The 41-year-old has signed a two-year contract with the Black Cats after compensation was agreed for him to move to the Stadium of Light from St Mirren.
Ross will be joined by assistant manager James Fowler at Sunderland, who have been looking for a replacement for Chris Coleman since he left at the end of April following the club's relegation to League One.
But Ross has explained why Sunderland - and Stewart Donald’s vision for the club - was simply too good to turn down:
The former Hartlepool United defender is tasked with leading the club back to the Championship after the club's two successive relegations.