Australia have appointed former England assistant Scott Wisemantel as their new attack coach.
Wisemantel worked closely with Eddie Jones over 18 months up until the end of this year's Rugby World Cup, which saw England reach the final before losing to South Africa.
Australian Wisemantel will now return home to work with new Wallabies boss Dave Rennie, who has replaced Michael Cheika.
The 49-year-old has also had roles in Japan and France, with this being his first position back in Australia since working with the Waratahs in 2010.
"I'm really looking forward to returning home to Australia after 10 years and for the opportunity to work alongside Dave Rennie," Wisemantel said after signing a four-year deal.
"I've learnt a few things from working with various programmes around the world and it's given me another perspective on how to view the game as an attack coach.
"Historically, the Wallabies have been innovative in how they play the game and how they attack so I want to bring that to the table.
"There's a good group of players with some exciting talent coming through, which will create competition for spots amongst the current crop."
Wallabies general manager Chris Webb thinks luring Wisemantel, who worked as a skills coach with the national side earlier in his career, should be seen as a significant move as they look to build a set-up that can end a 20-year wait for a World Cup win.
"Scott's return to Australia is a huge coup for the Wallabies," Webb said.
"He's got great experience and has had success with club sides in Europe as well as with other international sides, but I also know what he's like as a person and as a coach and he will add tremendous value to the group.
"Dave has been closely involved in the appointment of Scott and I know those two guys will complement each other really well."