Romania have appointed Mirel Radoi as their coach ahead of next year's Euro 2020 play-off with Iceland, the Romanian Football Federation (RFF) has announced.
His appointment was ratified by members of the RFF's executive committee on Tuesday and he will succeed Cosmin Contra after he resigned from the role last week.
Radoi moves up to the senior squad after impressing as the coach of Romania's Under-21 side, who reached the semi-finals of this year's UEFA European Under-21 Championship.
That performance meant Romania qualified for the Olympics for the first time in 56 years, earning promotion for Radoi.
He will lead Romania into a play-off in Reykjavik in March with the winners of that tie taking on either Bulgaria or Hungary for a place at Euro 2020.