West Bromwich Albion have appointed Carlos Corberan as their new manager.
The Baggies have been without a boss since the departure of Steve Bruce.
Former Huddersfield boss Corberan has signed a two-and-a-half year contract at The Hawthornes.
Chief executive Ron Gourlay said: “Carlos is a coach of the highest quality, and I am delighted to welcome him to the club.
“Carlos was in our thoughts from the very beginning of the recruitment process and our admiration of his qualities only grew on meeting him.
“He is a confident, enthusiastic and detailed coach, who is as determined as I am to bring success to The Hawthorns. We share a belief that performances and results will improve under his guidance, and that significant time remains in the season for us to mount a serious assault on the Championship league table.
“I would like to thank our fans for their patience during what has been a frustrating start to the season. I am certain they will now throw their full support behind Carlos and the team as we work together to move forwards as a club.”
Corberan’s backroom team has not yet been finalised, but is expected to include James Morrison and Gary Walsh.