Simon Grayson has confirmed the additions of Ian Miller and Steve Banks to his Blackpool coaching staff.
The pair, both familiar with the club from previous spells, take up the positions of assistant manager and goalkeeper coach, respectively.
Miller, who served as Colin Hendry's number two at Bloomfield Road, was Simon Grayson's first-team coach at Leeds United and Huddersfield Town, achieving promotions with both clubs.
Steve Banks, meanwhile, spent four years as a player with Blackpool in the 90s and returns to the role of goalkeeper coach after working alongside the manager at Bradford City.
"They both know a lot about myself and certainly a lot about what it means to play for and represent Blackpool Football Club," Grayson said.
Existing first-team coach Ian Dawes will also continue his role in the new-look setup.