Steve McClaren has been officially confirmed as the new manager of Queens Park Rangers.
The former England manager was instated in the role by the club on Friday, and has signed a two-year contract with the London club.
Queens Park Rangers made the announcement via their official website and social media, welcoming McClaren back to the club he worked at as a first-team coach between July and September 2013
Steve McClaren has been officially confirmed as the new manager of Queens Park Rangers
The former England boss has signed a two-year contract at Loftus Road
As revealed by Sportsmail earlier in May, McClaren had agreed to take over at the helm and succeed Ian Holloway ahead of next season.
The R’s ended the 2017/18 campaign with three wins in nine to finish 16th.
‘It’s great to be back – and it’s a challenge that I’m excited by,’ McClaren said upon his appointment as boss.
‘I must admit that I’ve followed the club closely over the last five years, because of the three months I had here.
‘From the outside, I’ve seen the progress, work and changes that have gone on – especially over the last two years – in streamlining the squad and getting the budget down. The Board and owners deserve credit for that
‘The introduction of younger players has been a breath of fresh air and it’s exciting for the future.’