Aidy Boothroyd has been appointed as England Under-21 manager.
The former Watford, Coventry, Colchester and Northampton boss succeeds Gareth Southgate in the role on a permanent basis having assumed interim control in September.
Boothroyd, whose contract with the Football Association runs until 2020, has previously managed England’s U19s and U20s and will be assisted in his role by Colin Cooper and goalkeeping coach Tim Dittmer.
He took charge of the U21s final two Euro 2017 qualifiers, winning both and securing qualification for this summer’s finals in Poland.
“I am honoured to be given the task of leading England into the U21 European Championship,” the 45-year-old told the FA’s website.
“Having worked closely with this group of players in recent months, I know they are capable of achieving success in Poland in June.
“They have learned a lot from recent tournament experiences and this summer will be the next chapter of their development as an international player.”
Boothroyd led England U20s to success at the Four Nations Tournament involving Germany, Netherlands and Turkey in October 2014 before guiding the same group to the third/fourth play-off at the 2015 Toulon Tournament.