Incoming Montpellier head coach Vern Cotter will join the French giants on a high after ending his time in charge of Scotland with a comfortable Six Nations victory over Italy.
Cotter, who has been hugely popular with the Scotland players, will take charge of Montpellier for the start of next season as he returns to the Top14 after a previous spell with ASM Clermont Auvergne.
His three-year term with the Scots ended with a 29-0 success against the Azzurri at Murrayfield, the usually steadfast Cotter clearly moved by the emotion of moving on.
He was afforded a brilliant reception by Scotland's fans and players.
Cotter said: "It was fantastic, just to be part of it all and to walk round with the players.
"The players did the job out there really well, so to be able to walk round with them was great. It was one of those memories that will last with me forever.
"I am really happy the guys can hold their heads up now. I was a supporter of Scottish rugby before and I will be a supporter again now, but with a lot more emotional attachment.
"It was an honour and privilege the whole way through. I am just happy we were able to get the win and put in some good performances.
"It was just about trying to get the job done and do the best I can right from the start. I was lucky enough to have good staff around me and good players."
Cotter will succeed Jake White in charge of Montpellier. He will be looking to help his new team keep up their impressive current domestic campaign and be more consistent on the European stage.
Montpellier currently sit third in the Top14, behind second-place Clermont and surprise league leaders La Rochelle.
In Europe, the Altrad Stadium outfit failed to make it to the latter stages from Pool 4 of this season's European Rugby Champions Cup which also included Leinster Rugby, Northampton Saints and Castres.