Former Stoke City manager Nathan Jones has been reappointed as Luton Town boss after 16 months of leaving them.
Jones will be replacing Graeme Jones and he is expected to keep Luton in the Championship who are currently sitting 23rd on the standings with 35 points.
Luton chief executive Gary Sweet on the appointment: "My job is to make sure the club can escape the severe economic impact of the virus and whatever decisions we make now, it is the club that must be put first.
"We must do everything we possibly can to stay in the Championship this season. We have just nine games left to climb out of the relegation zone and the squad has to be more than ready.
"We need a manager who can hit the ground sprinting – someone who knows us, our players and our environment and someone who knows the league.
"There's only one man who has those characteristics and that's Nathan Jones. And there's only one person who should be assisting him at this time – and that's Mick Harford.
"Everyone knows exactly what we thought about Nathan when he left for Stoke – we hardly made our disappointment a secret.
"Clearly, we couldn't move forward without those issues being mostly corrected and over time, with the board, this has been done.
"Nathan has been humble with us and we've repaired our differences, now we want to give Nathan the opportunity to put matters right with players, staff and supporters
"The fact remains that Nathan is the best manager we've had at Luton for decades. His three years here were revolutionary and enabled us to elevate the club's status beyond our wildest dreams.
"But first, to make sure none of that past hard work – from both Nathan and Mick – does not go to waste, we have an immediate job to do.
"For the sake of the club, all I ask of supporters is to give him time but also to get behind everyone for these nine games."