Nigeria striker Odion Ighalo will receive instructions from a new coach when he reports back for pre-season as his newly promoted side, Watford, have appointed Quique Flores as head coach as they prepare to return to the Premier League.
Ighalo, who is currently with the national team for next weekend's AFCON qualifier against Chad, scored 20 goals as the Hornets gained promotion from the Championship.
Flores takes over from former boss Slavisa Jokanovic, who secured automatic promotion from the Championship in his first season at the club but departed after failing to agree a new contract.
The 50-year-old Flores who has been out of work since ending a short second spell in charge of Getafe in February signed a two-year deal and is set for his first experience of working in the English Premiership.
Flores is the fifth man Ighalo will be playing for at Vicarage Road in just over nine months.