Former Arsenal player John Jensen has been named the new assistant manager at Blackburn Rovers.
The 45-year-old, a former number two at Brondby and Getafe, has been out of work since leaving his role as manager of Danish side Randers last October.
And Jensen is looking forward to returning England where he spent two years with the Gunners, from 1990-1992, before returning to Brondby.
Jensen said: “From what I see and hear this looks like a very exciting time for Blackburn Rovers, with the new owners and a new manager.
“I think I can bring knowledge and experience to the job and I also believe I can help players become better individually and the team to improve as a collective unit. I view it as a great opportunity.”
Rovers boss Steve Kean added: “John has a wealth of experience, both here and abroad, and he is very much focused on the development of players.
“His views and philosophies on football dovetail with mine and he has also shown himself to be a very loyal assistant - a massively important factor for me. I am delighted to welcome him aboard.”