Motherwell have appointed James McFadden as their new assistant manager following the recent departure of Stephen Robinson to Oldham Athletic.
The 33-year-old former Everton player will work alongside Well boss Mark McGhee and will also be registered as a player for the 2016/17 campaign.
McGhee told the club website: "I am delighted James has taken the role as I think he has fabulous qualities to be an assistant. He has played at the highest level, worked with some tremendous coaches, and any time you speak to him you can appreciate he has a deep understanding of the game."
McFadden added: "Everyone knows I love the club and will work as hard as I possibly can to make a success of things. It’s something new and it’ll be a change for me, but it’s an exciting one and one I think I can handle."