Kristian Wilson has been appointed Crystal Palace's first-team coach.
The first new arrival to Patrick Vieira's backroom staff has joined the team on their training camp at St. George's Park.
Forging his coaching career in Sheffield United's Academy working with players like Kyle Walker and Harry Maguire, Wilson then moved to Manchester City, where he met Vieira and became part of the manager's Elite Development Squad coaching team.
Wilson went on to work with Vieira at New York City and OGC Nice before making the switch to south London.
Speaking with Palace TV, he said: "I can't wait to get started, to be honest. This is a big moment for me, for my family. It's a dream as a coach to come through all the different experiences I've come through, to now be working in the Premier League with Premier League players. It's a real privilege and I'm really looking forward to being a part of the club."
Further additions to Vieira's backroom staff will be confirmed shortly across cpfc.co.uk, the official Palace app and across our social media channels.