West Indies coach Stuart Williams has been confirmed to take the reins at the St. Lucia Zouks for the 2015 Limacol Caribbean Premier League season.
The 45-year-old replaces Matthew Maynard, who was named director of cricket at English county, Somerset, in September.
Williams played 31 Tests and 57 One-Day Internationals during a fine playing career, even returning to action after having a finger amputated before retiring from the game in 2005.
He was Maynard's assistant coach in 2014 and will be hoping to improve on the Zouks' disappointing performance of only two wins from their nine games.
Elsewhere, South African, Mickey Arthur will return to coach the Jamaica Tallawahs, Australian, Simon Helmot will again be in charge of the Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel and Indian, Robin Singh is back to coach 2014 Champions, the Barbados Tridents.
West Indies legend, Carl Hooper, has already been confirmed as Guyana Amazon Warriors head coach.