Stewart Regan vowed to establish a common agenda among key stakeholders in Scottish football after being unveiled as the governing body's new chief executive yesterday.
The 46-year-old claimed Scottish football had lost its way in recent years.
“It really does need collaboration to move forward. I would like to think that all parties in Scottish football can work together and rebuild football in this country for the long term.
“I think there is an opportunity to work with government, the education authorities, the department for health and create a new blueprint for Scottish football and work together to try to build something special.”