Hull City have reached a verbal agreement with Pedro Martins to become their new manager.
The deal to bring the Portuguese to the MKM Stadium is expected to be finalised later on Thursday.
Martins – who had been linked with the vacant head coach role at Wolves earlier this week was in the stands to watch Hull’s clash with Wigan last night.
He watched on as interim head coach Andy Dawson led the Tigers to their first win since August 27, thanks to goals from Dimitrios Pelkas and Championship top scorer Oscar Estupinan.
The 52-year-old left Olympiacos in August after four years in Greece. During his time in charge, he guided the club to three Greek Super League titles and two Greek Cups.
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