Bundesliga strugglers Arminia Bielefeld have drafted in coach Jorg Berger to try and save them from relegation.
Bielefeld sacked former boss Michael Frontzeck on Sunday after the team lost 6-0 to Borussia Dortmund and to sit third from bottom of the table.
Berger, who has a reputation of saving clubs from the drop, has been brought in for the final game of the season against Hannover to try and bring around a change in Bielefeld's fortunes.
The 64-year-old would not discuss the possibility of staying longer at Bielefeld claiming his focus is on the showdown with Hannover.
"The most important thing is the match against Hanover. I will not talk about anything else," Berger told the club's official website.