Peterborough United have appointed Grant McCann as their new manager for a second time.
The Northern Irishman previously managed the club between 2016 and 2018.
He also represented the club as a player, making 159 appearances.
Ironically, his first game back in charge of Posh will be against his old club Hull City, who sacked him in January.
The 41-year-old replaces Darren Ferguson who resigned on Sunday following a 1-0 defeat to Championship relegation rivals Derby County.
Posh also lost 2-1 at Fulham on Wednesday night, meaning they are now eight points adrift of safety.
If the worst does happen, McCann has a track record of getting teams promoted from League One having led Hull to the title last season.
Before his sacking at Hull, he had just masterminded a run of seven wins from 12 matches in the Championship.
He will be assisted by his former Scunthorpe United teammate Cliff Byrne who has been his long-term number two.
McCann's previous stint at Posh ended following a run of seven games without a win.