Nigel Clough has been unveiled as Derby County's new boss.
The former Nottingham Forest player has left the non-league Burton Albion side after 10 years to try to give the struggling Championship team a boost.
He's following in the footsteps of his dad, Brian Clough, who led the Rams to the old Division One title in 1972.
"This is a fantastic opportunity for me and one that I relish," he said, adding that Derby had a great squad who he couldn't wait to start working with.
"I know the club inside out. It has always had a special place in mine and my family's heart, and I know that this is one of the most exciting jobs in football."
Derby haven't had a manager since Paul Jewell quit on 28 December and are currently lingering in the bottom half of the Championship table.
Meanwhile, Clough had led Burton to a 13 point lead at the top of the Blue Square Premier and on course to reach the Football League for the first time in their history.