Bradford City have named Stuart McCall as their new manager, their official website has confirmed.
The former Sheffield United and Rangers player has penned a (insert contract) deal at Valley Parade, and will be hoping to build on last years success of reaching the play offs in League One.
The Bantams have been looking for a new manager ever since Phil Parkinson made the move to Bolton Wanderers just over a month ago, and the club see McCall as the perfect fit it seems.
It will mark a second spell in charge for McCall at Bradford, after he spent three years in charge from 2007. Four years with Motherwell followed, before a short spell with Rangers.
McCall had an illustrious career as a player where he was a fan favourite at numerous clubs, including Bradford themselves, where he made over 400 appearances across two spells.
He finished his career with Sheffield United, where he retired after playing under Neil Warnock and spending some time in a coaching capacity with the club in the meantime.
McCall will be hoping he can guide the Bantams back to the Championship now that he is back in the managerial hot seat.
Can McCall spark a promotion push for Bradford City?