Paul Ince has become the first black English manager in the Premier League after he was appointed Blackburn boss.
Ince, who has been given a three-year deal, was Rovers' number one target after Mark Hughes left Ewood Park.
In his first season with MK Dons, Ince, 40, got them to the League Two title and the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
Frenchman Jean Tigana with Fulham and Ruud Gullit with Chelsea and Newcastle are the only other two black managers to have managed in the Premier League.
Ince will be officially presented as Blackburn's manager on Tuesday.
Last week the Premier League gave Rovers dispensation over Ince's failure to hold a Uefa Pro Licence.
The former West Ham, Manchester United, Inter Milan, Liverpool and England midfielder will be allowed two years to earn his licence.