Manchester United legend, Ryan Giggs has been named as the new Wales boss.
The former Premier League star has been looking for a role at a top club since he left Manchester United at the start of last season.
However, the 44 years old has not been given an opportunity despite showing interest in the Swansea and Stoke City vacant positions.
Wales has been looking for a new manager since Cris Coleman left them to become the manager of Sunderland last November and have now settled for Giggs.
Giggs has been handed a 4 years deal, and the Welsh FA hope that he would help continue the impressive legacy of Coleman who came very close to qualifying them for this year’s world cup in Russia.
He is one of four men interviewed by the Welsh FA and got the job ahead of former Liverpool star Craig Bellamy, Chris Coleman’s assistant Osian Roberts, and Mark Bowen formerly of West Ham.
His appointment comes in a timely manner as the Welsh FA had planned to get their new manager before the National League’s draw which would take place on January 24.