Worcester Warriors have signed Irishman Neil Doak as the clubs new backline and attack coach.
The 45-year-old Ulsterman will join the Warriors over the summer, taking charge of a Worcester backline continually building in quality and experience.
Doak is the second new addition to Worcester's coaching staff ahead of next season, with South African Rory Duncan also moving to the Midlands from Pro14 side Cheetahs at the end of the current season.
As a player, Doak made his debut for Ulster in 1995 as a scrum-half and made 85 appearances over a ten year period. The Irishman was appointed as Ulster's head coach in October 2014 and has spent 23-years with the side, having left the club last summer.
Doak is credited with playing a significant hand in Ulster's appearance in the Heineken Cup final at Twickenham in 2012, turning the province into one of the most dangerous attacking sides in Europe at the time.
Warriors Director of Rugby Alan Solomons added: “Neil played under me during my time at Ulster. He was an outstanding scrum-half with an excellent feel for the game.
“As I thought, he has developed into a first rate coach and he will add huge value to our attack and backline.”
Doak added: “There are some fantastic backs at Worcester and I can’t wait to link up with them and Alan Solomons.
“The Club has huge potential and hopefully I can help be a part of taking the Club up the Premiership table.”