West Ham manager David Moyes has added a “wealth of experience” to his coaching staff with the additions of Kevin Nolan and Paul Nevin.
The appointment of the pair has been confirmed, with Moyes finally getting some extra assistance in the dugout and on the training ground.
Only Alan Irvine was at the club assisting him in his first month back as manager at West Ham.
After a hectic spell through January, which included the Hammers doing business in the transfer market, Moyes has finally had the time to bring in some new and familiar faces.
Nolan played for West Ham for a little over four years between 2011 and 2015, helping them clinch promotion back to the Premier League before captaining them in the top flight under Sam Allardyce.
Nevin, meanwhile, is well respected in the game, having spent time as a coach at Norwich, Brighton and with Gareth Southgate’s England squad.
Moyes explained his selections, telling West Ham’s official website: “We welcome Kevin and Paul to the Club and look forward to working with them.
“Both have a wealth of experience in the game and I’m sure they will make a very positive contribution between now and the end of the season.
“Kevin obviously knows the Club very well having played here previously, while Paul’s coaching pedigree is excellent.
“It has taken some time to finalise the coaching staff, but I wanted to make sure I brought in the right people to help us, and both Kevin and Paul are fantastic additions.
“They will get working right away and we are all completely focused on the job we need to do in the coming weeks and months.”
Hammers fans will be hoping the two arrivals will strengthen the club's bid to stave off relegation.
West Ham sit 18th in the table with 13 games to go and they face a nightmare run of fixtures coming up.
Prior to Moyes and his squad enjoying their two-week winter break, an away game at Manchester City awaits on Sunday in the Premier League (4.30pm).