Sussex have confirmed that former spinner Mushtaq Ahmed will take over as bowling coach from June.
The 38-year-old, who has also agreed to join the England set-up in the summer, was confirmed by Sussex following the conclusion of new work permit regulations.
Mushtaq is looking forward to returning to England and the county with whom he enjoyed so much success on the field.
"It's a great honour to come back to my 'family'," said the former Pakistan bowler.
"It will be nice to see all my friends again and I hope I will be able to take my performances from the field into the dressing room.
"When you have a passion for something, you allow yourself to give your best - and I have the passion and desire for coaching.
"It is also a great honour to be working with the ECB, and I am looking forward to passing on my experience to the spinners of England as well as the whole Sussex squad."
Sussex's professional cricket manager Mark Robinson said: "The confirmation of Mushtaq's signing for the summer comes as great news to the club, especially after the intricacies of the new work permit regulations in the UK.
"We worked closely with Mushtaq and the ECB in October to make sure the deal went ahead.
"It is great to have a man of Mushy's experience and stature to be working with the squad in what promises to be another exciting year of cricket at Hove."