Former England coach David Lloyd has been appointed the president of the Professional Cricketers' Association.
Lloyd, who is now best known for his work as a television commentator, takes over from Chris Broad whose two-year term has come to an end.
Lloyd, nicknamed ‘Bumble’, said: "I was the Lancashire PCA representative back in the 1970s and little thought I would one day be asked to take on the role of president - a role I am delighted to accept.
"The PCA has grown immeasurably since my time as a player in the range and quality of services it offers and I am delighted to be able to play a part as it continues to prosper."
PCA chief executive Angus Porter added: "Chris Broad has been a wonderful advocate for the PCA in his time as president, and we are grateful for the intelligence and diligence he has brought to the role.
"In David Lloyd, we have found the perfect successor."