Andrew Strauss will lead England in all forms of the game in the West Indies - the limited-overs captaincy will be reviewed after the tour.
Tom Moody has not received an offer to be England's coach, but said he would "look at anything".
Australian spin king Shane Warne has insisted that he is not interested in becoming the new coach of the England team.
Mike Atherton says Andrew Strauss can get Kevin Pietersen on board and repair any rift in the England side.
Graham Thorpe says a composed Andrew Strauss is capable of uniting the England dressing room.
New England captain Andrew Strauss has insisted he has the full backing of predecessor Kevin Pietersen.
With Peter Moores gone, skysports.com takes a look at those in the running to be England's next coach.
David Lloyd says Andy Flower deserves a chance to succeed Peter Moores as England head coach.
Paul Grayson has insisted Andy Flower is the ideal man to lead England in the aftermath of the departures of KP and Peter Moores.
Duncan Fletcher fears the upheaval in the England team couldn't have come at a worse time with the Ashes on the horizon.
David Gower tells Sky Sports News England's chance to make Tom Moody coach may have come and gone.
Michael Vaughan has given a ringing endorsement to Andrew Strauss following the left-hander's appointment as England captain.
Is new captain Andrew Strauss the right man to lead England in the West Indies? It's Your View!
Michael Atherton tells Sky Sports News the England captaincy is in safe hands with Andrew Strauss.
The England and Wales Cricket Board have named Andrew Strauss as their new skipper following a day of turmoil for the national team.
Hampshire batsman Kevin Pietersen has confirmed his resignation as England captain.
Bob Willis says Kevin Pietersen's unease in the England set-up could be a symptom of domestic stagnation.
Nasser Hussain says Kevin Pietersen's captaincy style is in danger of tearing English cricket apart.
Bumble's blog asks why the England captaincy was being debated while Kevin Pietersen is on holiday.
Geraint Jones has revealed there has been long-standing friction in the England dressing room.
Mark Butcher assesses England's explosive middle-order, Finn's form and the Cook conundrum.