Ghanaian striker, Jordan Ayew, is set to work under new Swansea City manager Carlos Carvalhal till the end of the season.
On Thursday, the Swans confirmed the appointment of the Portuguese trainer after Paul Clement was sacked earlier this month with Leon Britton put in temporary charge.
Carvalhal who was sacked by Sheffield Wednesday last week has landed a job with the Premier League side as he looks to deliver them from their relegation woes.
Swans chairman Huw Jenkins said: “We are very pleased with the appointment.
“We felt we needed to get the managerial situation resolved as soon as possible and while the timing is not always perfect, we can look forward to the second half of the campaign with renewed optimism.
“Carlos’ time at Sheffield Wednesday, which included securing two consecutive play-off places, highlighted that he has great character and personality to lead the squad and the football club, which is vital at such a crucial time.
“He has built up a lot of experience over the years which will ensure the team is structured and organised.”