As AFC Bournemouth announced the new appointment of Scott Parker as head coach yesterday evening, fans were keen to welcome the former England international to the club.
The 40-year-old put pen to paper at Vitality Stadium, with five new members of coaching staff joining him down south.
Parker's managerial experience started at Spurs, learning the ropes with their under-18s squad after retiring from playing in 2017.
His close links to Fulham were what drew him to Craven Cottage a year later, with him guiding the side back to the Premier League via the play-offs at the end of his first full season in charge.
Speaking to afcbTV after arriving at Dean Court, Parker admitted: "This is the perfect fit for both parties.
"My team will be a representation of the fans and the football club. No matter who you support, you want to see your team go out there and leave everything on the pitch.
"We'll be a dynamic, front-foot team, a team that want to go and win games and put their stamp on football matches."
However, you were also keen to have your say following Parker's arrival. Here's the best of the reaction from social media:
Good appointment, best of luck Scott and his team— Craig (@craigbourton) June 28, 2021
Welcome Scott, and good luck 🍒— Claire Angus #FBPE (@crandall76) June 28, 2021
A warm welcome to the new manager and a few sad goodbyes to various coaching staff.— 🗨🍒 Amanda Williams💡 (@ACE_W) June 28, 2021
Fantastic Appointment For The Cherries 🍒 @afcbournemouth ⚽️— Adam Knights (@AdamKnights04) June 28, 2021
I'm actually buzzing for this— Nick Tiller (@NickTiller) June 28, 2021
Welcome to the club Scott! Looking forward to seeing your work 👍🍒🍒— David (@dave_caller) June 28, 2021
Fulham fans were also quick to add their views and wish Parker well.
Sad to see him leave #FFC I think he will do a good job and be successful if given the freedom to implement his own philosophy and bring in the players he wants. Shame he wasn’t able to do that at #FFC— Andy Barrett (@AndyBarrettNFL) June 28, 2021
Wishing Scott all the very best. Showed promise with us at Fulham and believe he’ll have a very good managerial career. Look after him. ⚽️— Duncan Paveling (@Bostondunk) June 28, 2021
Take care of him pls 🥺— Elz the WZRD (@ewallwonder) June 28, 2021