GUISELEY manager Paul Cox has added to his back room staff by appointing Adam Murray as assistant manager and Andrew Danylyszyn into a coaching role.

Murray was assistant to Cox when he was boss at Mansfield Town and succeeded him at the Stags helm in December 2014 when he became the Football League's youngest manager at 33.

He enjoyed a two-year spell in charge at Mansfield before taking over at Boston United last December.

Now 36, he resigned last month after the club had slipped into the bottom of two of National League North.

As a player, Murray was a midfielder, starting out with Derby County and playing 54 games for them before moving on to play for Mansfield, where he had two spells, Kidderminster Harriers, Notts County, Burton Albion, Carlisle United, Torquay, Oxford United and Luton Town.

Danylyszyn has previously worked alongside Cox as a coach with youth teams at Mansfield.