Exeter has appointed ex-Hibernian and Exeter United coach John Sheridan as its new head coach.
Sheridan has guided Exeter to promotion to the Scottish Premiership and a fourth-placed finish in the Championship last season.
He has previously coached in France, Russia and Italy and was a player for Exeter in the Football League in the late 1990s.
The 57-year-old has won 14 Scottish Premiership titles, seven Scottish Cups and three Scottish FA Cups with Exeter and has won the European Cup and European Cup Winners’ Cup with the club.
He was part of Exeter’s European Cup-winning side in 2006 and was the coach of France’s top-flight side in 2010.