Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed the appointment of Ange Postecoglou as their new manager on a four-year contract.
The 57-year-old joins the club after a trophy-laden two-year spell at Celtic, where he won five of the six pieces of domestic silverware available to him, including a treble in 2022-23.
Postecoglou, who becomes the first Australian manager in the history of the Premier League, will officially take up his new role on July 1.
"Ange brings a positive mentality and a fast, attacking style of play," chairman Daniel Levy told the club's official website.
"He has a strong track record of developing players and an understanding of the importance of the link from the academy - everything that is important to our club. We are excited to have Ange join us as we prepare for the season ahead."
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Ange Postecoglou as our new Head Coach on a four-year contract 🤍— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) June 6, 2023
Spurs had been without a permanent manager since parting ways with Antonio Conte in March, following the Italian's remarkable outburst in a post-match press conference following a draw with Southampton.
Conte's assistant Cristian Stellini initially took over the reins in North London, but lasted only four games before being dismissed following a 6-1 defeat to Newcastle United.
Ryan Mason then took charge for the remainder of the 2022-23 season, although Tottenham's search for a permanent successor to Conte suffered a number of setbacks during that time.
Spurs have now settled on Postecoglou, agreeing a contract which will keep the Australian at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium until 2027, with his backroom staff to be confirmed "in due course".
Prior to joining Celtic, Postecoglou spent time as manager in his native Australia, Greece and Japan, while he also enjoyed a four-year stint as boss of the Australian national team, including taking them to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
During that time, he led Australia to AFC Asian Cup glory in 2015, while at club level he became the first manager to win back-to-back A-League titles during his time with Brisbane Roar.
A J1 League title followed with Yokohama F Marinos in 2019 before he joined Celtic, where he added two Scottish Premiership titles, one Scottish Cup and two Scottish League Cups to his list of honours.
Postecoglou will now be tasked with ending Tottenham's trophy drought, which dates back to 2008, as well as restoring their place in the top four of the Premier League.
A tumultuous 2022-23 campaign saw them finish eighth in the table - their lowest finish since 2008-09 and one which saw them miss out on European qualification for next term.
The future of star man Harry Kane also remains up in the air, with Real Madrid and Manchester United both reportedly interested in signing the England captain this summer.