Wolves have appointed Julen Lopetegui as their new manager after he had initially turned them down.
The 56-year-old will take charge on 14 November, when the Premier League pauses for the World Cup in Qatar.
Lopetegui was the club’s first choice to take over after they dismissed Bruno Lage on 2 October but he opted to stay at home to be near his elderly father.
“Julen is a top coach, with excellent experience at an elite level of the game,” said Wolves chairman Jeff Shi.
“Since the very beginning, Julen has been our number one choice to manage Wolves, and we look forward to welcoming him and his team when they join us in the coming weeks.”
Lopetegui has been employed in some of Europe’s most prestigious roles in recent years, notably Porto, the Spanish national team, Real Madrid and Sevilla, who he led for the past three seasons.
Lopetegui and his team will take over at Molineux following the club’s Premier League fixture against Arsenal, giving him the World Cup period to prepare for his first game in charge of Wolves in late December.