Salford have confirmed the appointment of Iestyn Harris as their new head coach.
Harris, 37, will be unveiled at a press conference on Wednesday, with the future of predecessor Brian Noble still unclear.
Noble has been offered a position as director of football, but in various press interviews over the weekend, appeared unsure over his future, revealing he had sought legal advice.
Former Leeds, Warrington and Bradford stand-off Harris was released from the final six months of his contract at Wigan to make the switch to the Salford City Stadium.
He was previously a head coach in Super League with Crusaders in 2011, winning six of 28 games in charge of the doomed Welsh franchise.