Warrington have announced Tony Smith has signed a contract extension with the club, while Richard Agar will become first team coach from next season.
Smith, who took over at the Wolves in 2009 and has steered them to three Challenge Cup victories, as well as the last two Grand Finals, has agreed to remain in his role of head of coaching and rugby for a further two years.
He will have Agar on his backroom staff from 2015 onwards after the former Wakefield coach penned a two-year deal to become part of the coaching set-up at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
Current assistants Richard Marshall and Willie Poching will both be moving on at the end of the current campaign, with Smith thanking the pair for their efforts.
“I’d personally like to thank both Willie and Richard for what they have given to the club over the years and for the support they have given to me on both a personal and professional level," he said.
"I look forward to watching them progress in their coaching careers in the future. They’re fully committed to the club for the remainder of the season and will be doing everything within their power to help the Wolves have another successful season."
Smith has recently linked with a return to his native Australia to take charge of St George Illawarra and although he admitted such rumours were flattering, he was delighted to be extending his time with Warrington.
“Once again I am delighted to have extended my stay with this great club," he told Warrington's official website.
"It enables us to continue to build and develop and I am excited about the transition of our team going into the future. We have some very exciting prospects both within our ranks at present and the junior products that we have coming through.
"Although it’s been quite flattering to be linked with the NRL I have never been tempted to leave the position I currently hold with this fantastic club.”
Agar, meanwhile, resigned from his position with the Wildcats at the start of June in the wake of a 20-12 defeat to Bradford. He stated at the time of his departure that he had been looking for another job within the game.
He had also enjoyed a spell in charge of Hull FC during his coaching career, while was in charge of France for last year’s World Cup.
“While it was a difficult decision to leave Wakefield, naturally I am thrilled to get an opportunity to work at Warrington Wolves," he said.
"Working at one of the best clubs in the game, and under Tony Smith, I feel I can only enhance my development as a coach. I am thoroughly looking forward to contributing to what is already a successful team and organisation.”