Erwin Koeman will succeed Ruud Brood as head coach of RKC Waalwijk after signing a two-year deal, the Eredivisie club confirmed on Monday.
Koeman, the elder brother of Feyenoord boss Ronald, will return to the club to take over from Brood when he joins Roda JC at the end of the season.
Brood has enjoyed a successful reign at Waalwijk, who were promoted to the top tier last term and have been the surprise package of the Eredivisie this season, currently sitting ninth and a place below Roda.
Koeman last managed at Dutch side FC Utrecht, but resigned earlier this season after just three months at the helm.
The 50-year-old started his coaching career at Waalwijk in 2004 and has also spent time at Feyenoord and in charge of the Hungarian national team.
"I know the club, I have worked there before," Koeman told RKC's official website.
"The management and the people who work there know what they want, they are very clear.
"RKC is a warm and friendly club and that is important for me.''