Huddersfield Town have named Leeds' assistant boss Carlos Corberan as their new manager, saying his football philosophy is aligned with the club.
The 37-year-old has left Elland Road only a day after Marcelo Bielsa's side were crowned Championship winners, sealing a return to the Premier League for the first time in 16-years.
Huddersfield sacked Danny Cowley at weekend, despite him steering the Terriers to safety in the English second-flight.
Corberan was perviously the head-coach of Leeds' under-23 side before being promoted to the assistant manager position when Bielsa arrived in Yorkshire in 2018.
"After two difficult seasons, we have put a lot of thought and work into what we want to be," Huddersfield's head of football operations Leigh Bromby said of the appointment.
"Obviously, we need to return to winning games, and to be successful we must have all areas of the club aligned in the way we work.
"We want to return to the 'no limits' mentality that served this club so well back in 2017. We must start believing in ourselves and our people once again; players and staff alike.
"Carlos was our ideal candidate for our new head coach from the outset, as his idea of football is completely aligned with ours."