Jose Mourinho was announced as the new Tottenham Hotspurs manager on Wednesday morning, replacing Mauricio Pochettino who was sacked the day before.
The Portuguese arrived in London later on Wednesday morning for his unveiling ahead of their weekend game against West Ham.
Pochettino had been Spurs manager since 2014 when he arrived from Southampton. Under his guidance, the team reached new levels and became a regular in the Champions League.
But their domestic form this season has been porous, having only won three of their first twelve games and sitting in 14th position on the log.
The man who has now replaced him, Jose Mourinho, returns to the dugout after nearly a year out since he was sacked by Manchester United.