Former Caley Thistle boss John Hughes has been named as the new Raith Rovers manager.
Inverness parted company with Hughes at the end of last season after the club failed to reach the top six, having won the Scottish Cup and finished third the following season.
Hughes succeeds Gary Locke, who was sacked earlier this week, and will take charge until the end of the season.
He said: “This role appealed to me straight away not just because of my knowledge of the club itself but also because of a very enthusiastic approach from Rovers to my agent Raymond Sparkes.
“I feel this is a good fit for me at this stage of my career and though the task ahead will be a challenging one in a very competitive league, I’m confident I can make a telling, positive impact at the football club before the end of this season.”
Raith Rovers chief executive Eric Drysdale said: “We are very happy to introduce John Hughes as the man who will take charge for our remaining games this season.
“It’s only 48 hours since I first contacted John’s agent Raymond Sparkes and it’s been a whirlwind day or two pulling this deal together.
“It’s fair to say we are excited to have been able to attract someone of John’s experience and calibre – a man who was voted PFA Scotland and SFWA manager of the year in 2015 following significant successes as boss of Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
“Although this agreement extends only until the end of this season, we’re confident John’s particular brand of management will bring a freshness to Stark’s Park and excite our fans.
“Most importantly, the team has been a bit lacking in confidence of late, and if there is any manager in Scottish football better equipped than Yogi to do something about that, then I’ve no idea who that person is.”