Watford have appointed Portuguese coach Marco Silva as their new manager.
The 39-year-old has signed a two-year deal at Vicarage Road.
Walter Mazarri was fired by Watford before their final game of the season as a dramatic slump in the second half of the season saw them finish one place above the relegation zone.
Silva left Hull City earlier this week, exercising a clause in his 18-month contact that he could leave the Tigers if they were relegated from the Premier League.
After successful stints at Sporting Lisbon and Olympiacos, Silva arrived at Hull in January for his first job in England and made sweeping changes to their squad and almost kept the Tigers up against all the odds.
In a statement on Watford’s website Chairman and CEO Scott Duxbury revealed his excitement at Silva’s arrival.
“Marco was one of the most sought after Head Coaches in the Premier League,” Duxbury said. “His pedigree and promise speaks for itself with his achievements in top divisions elsewhere across Europe, as well as his work at Hull City last season.”
The managerial merry-go-round at Watford continues.