Nuno Espirito Santo has been appointed the new Wolves boss
The Portuguese chief, 43, succeeds Paul Lambert who left the Championship club yesterday.
Nuno becomes Wolves' seventh boss since Mick McCarthy's departure in February 2012.
Who is Nuno Espirito Santo?
As a player, Nuno turned out for the likes of Porto, Dynamo Moscow and Desportivo das Aves.
He was capped three times by the Portugal Under-21 team but never appeared for the senior side.
He did earn a call-up to the Euro 2008 squad, though, to replace the injured Quim.
Nuno Espirito Santo is a friend of Jorge Mendes
In June 2010, Porto announced Nuno would not be handed a new contract. He subsequently joined Malaga as a goalkeeping coach.
Two years later, Nuno took the plunge into management. He was appointed the replacement to Carlos Brito at Rio Ave and in his second season in charge he qualified for the Europa League – the first time that had happened in their history.
He subsequently joined Valencia, who he guided to a fourth-place finish in La Liga in 2015 – his first year. During that season he guided the side to victory over Real Madrid – only to leave in November.
Nuno subsequently joined Porto on a two-year deal but he left in May after only finishing second.
Porto reached the last 16 of the Champions League but lost 3-0 on aggregate to Juventus.
Roderick Miranda – in red – could be one of Wolves' first summer signings
Why have Wolves appointed Nuno?
Nuno is good friends with super agent Jorge Mendes, who doubles up as Wolves’ transfer guru.
Mendes is now in charge of the likes of Jose Mourinho, Cristiano Ronaldo and David De Gea – but Nuno was his first client.
They are now set to team up and work with one another at Moline.
Who could Nuno sign at Wolves?
It appears Portuguese defender Roderick Miranda could be one of the new boss’ first signings.
The Express & Star worked under Nuno at Rio Ave, having previously been at Benfica.
Miranda too is a client of Jorge Mendes.