Former Manchester United and Everton manager David Moyes has agreed to take over as head coach of Spanish football club Real Sociedad until the end of next season.
In a statement on their website, the La Liga club's announced the appointment of the 51-year-old until the 30th of June 2016.
Moyes replaces Jagoba Arrasate, who was sacked by the San Sebastian-based club at the start of the month after a poor opening to the season.
Moyes replaced the retiring Alex Ferguson at United on a six-year deal in May last year but left in April after less than a season.
In 51 matches in charge at Old Trafford, the club won 27, drew nine and lost 15 in all competitions.
Moyes made his reputation as a top-flight coach in his previous job at Everton, who finished in the top six in the Premier League four times under the Scot.
They qualified for the Champions League in 2005 and reached the 2009 FA Cup final, where they lost 2-1 to Chelsea after beating Manchester United in the semi-finals.
Sociedad are 15th in La Liga with nine points from 11 matches following Sunday's 2-1 win at home to champions Atletico Madrid.