Rangers have appointed former Brentford boss Mark Warburton as their new manager on a three-year contract.
The 52-year-old takes over from Stuart McCall and will be assisted by ex-Ibrox skipper David Weir as they seek promotion back to the Premiership.
A former city trader, Warburton was a young player with Leicester City and had a spell coaching at Watford before being appointed Brentford boss in December 2013.
He guided the Bees into the Championship play-offs, where they lost to Middlesbrough, but it had already been announced he would leave Griffin Park in the summer.
Warburton told the Rangers website: "It's a tremendous privilege and an honour. I've been staggered by the response (from fans) already before today so I hope very much they know what we are about. I hope they know we are totally committed.
"I'm very conscious of that and they have a total guarantee from me that our focus is on that, providing the right style of play, the right results and taking the club forward.”
Weir added: "We’re delighted to be here, we’re excited with the prospect although we know it’s not going to be easy and not going to be straightforward.
"It’s really exciting to be back and I’m obviously looking forward to getting started and to helping the club. I had five really enjoyable and successful years as a player, and now to come back in another capacity is also great.”