Chris Todd has been named as the man to take the role of assistant-manager to Richard Hill at Vanarama Conference club Eastleigh for next season.
Todd had the role of coach added to his belt last season and now takes the role vacated by the Craig McAllister.
Having originally joined the club in January 2013 from Forest Green Rovers, Todd will be putting his wealth of experience with learned during his playing career with Swansea City, Drogheda United, Exeter City, Torquay United, Salisbury City, Hereford United and Newport County into this new role.
Meanwhile, following the earlier arrival of Josh Payne from league rivals Woking, Eastleigh have announced that three players have pledged their futures to the Spitfires.
Ben Strevens and Yemi Odubade have both signed deals for the 2015/16 season, whilst Michael Green has signed a two-year deal.
Strevens originally arrived at Eastleigh in June 2013 from Dagenham & Redbridge and has made 115 appearances so far with Eastleigh with 20 goals to his credit.
Odubade arrived at the same time transferring from Gateshead and although having spent the latter part of last season on loan at Woking, the diminutive striker netted in the Vanarama Conference play-off semi-final for Eastleigh and has secured a new deal.
So far he has made seventy-four appearances with 11 goals.
Green is the club`s longest-serving player at the present time originally signing in May 2009 from Sydenhams Football League (Wessex) side Christchurch, although has since had spells at AFC Totton and Port Vale.