Neil McCann has left his role as Dundee manager.
The club confirmed today that the interim manager would not stay on after steering the Dee to safety in his five games in charge.
A club statement said: “Since Neil returned to the club the process for finding our next permanent manager began.
“Extensive discussions have taken place over the past few weeks, and the process continues this week.
“Sky very kindly allowed Neil to step away from his contract to answer the call for the past five weeks.
“We are grateful to them and also to Neil for his hard work over the period.
“We would like to wish Neil all the best for the future.”
Managing director John Nelms said: “On behalf of the entire Dundee Football Club family I’d like to thank Neil for his interim spell in charge.
“He came in and did the job we asked him to do. The club once again owes Neil a debt of gratitude.
“Neil is certainly a credit to Dundee Football Club and Scottish football as a whole.”
McCann said: “I’d like to thank everyone at Dundee FC for their hard work in the time I was manager there.
“It was an honour to become manager of the club where my playing career started and finished and I’m very proud I was able to succeed in keeping them in the Scottish Premiership.
“I wish them great success in the future.”