Hearts have confirmed the return of former striker Edgaras Jankauskas as assistant manager.
The 37-year-old, a Scottish Cup winner with Hearts in 2006, will work alongside new manager John McGlynn and first-team coach Gary Locke.
The Lithuanian, who won two European trophies under Jose Mourinho at Porto, spent last season in the same role at Lokomotiv Moscow, where he worked alongside former Kaunas manager Jose Couceiro, who denied reports he was being lined up for the Tynecastle manager's job before McGlynn took over.
In a statement on the club's official website, McGlynn said: "I'd like to welcome Edgaras to the club and extend him the warmest of wishes.
"Obviously I've worked with him in the past and I know what a talented individual he was on the field.
"I'm certain that, having spent a year coaching in Russia, he will prove to be just as exceptional off the field too and he'll slot in perfectly to the coaching set up here.
"This is a new start at Hearts and I'm confident we have the right people to take this club forward."