Former Australian cricketer Stuart Law is appointed as the head coach of the West Indies.
The Windies side have been without a head coach for more than four months after Phil Simmons was sacked last year.
Law, who has coached Bangladesh and Sri Lanka in the past, will take over the responsibility from February 15.
On his appointment, the 48-year-old said: "I am excited at the opportunity to contribute to what I think is an interesting time for West Indies.
"I think this assignment has come at an important time of my career."
Law’s first assignment would be to prepare the West Indies for an One-Day International series against England in March.