Tottenham have appointed former Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo as their new manager on a two-year contract.
Nuno left Wolves in May after four impressive seasons, during which time he took the club from the Championship to a Europa League quarter-final.
Spurs sacked Jose Mourinho in April and replaced him with 29-year-old Ryan Mason until the end of last season.
"It's an enormous pleasure and honour [to be at Spurs]. I'm happy and looking forward to starting work," said Nuno.
"We don't have any days to lose and we must start working immediately as pre-season starts in a few days."
Nuno will not have long to wait to face his former club as Spurs have a trip to Molineux to face Wolves in their second league game of the season on 22 August.
Whether he will have 27-year-old striker Harry Kane available remains to be seen.
Tottenham have brought in Nuno after Mauricio Pochettino, Antonio Conte, Paulo Fonseca and Gennaro Gattuso were linked with the job this summer.
Nuno won the 2017-18 Championship title in his first season with Wolves before leading them to seventh in the Premier League in the following two seasons, while they finished 13th last season.
"We should like to thank our supporters for all their patience throughout this process," said Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.
"I've spoken already about the need to revert back to our core DNA of playing attacking, entertaining football, and [managing director of football] Fabio [Paratici] and I believe Nuno is the man who can take our talented group of players, embrace our young players coming through and build something special."