Grays Athletic have made former Spurs defender Justin Edinburgh their fourth new manager of the season following the shock resignation of Andy King.
Grays are 13th in the Conference
King was appointed in November, but resigned his position with the Conference club for personal reasons.
Grays chairman Mick Woodward, said: "I was quite surprised when Andy called me last night with his resignation.
"He was bought in on a temporary basis to steady the club which he has done. I'd like to thank him for his efforts."
Grays, who did not win a league game under King, started the season with Frank Gray in charge and were then managed for a spell by Woodward himself.
Edinburgh was appointed as assistant manager to King but has now been promoted to the manager's job on a permanent basis.
The 37-year-old, whose playing career also included a spell with Portsmouth, previously managed Conference South side Fisher Athletic.