Novak Djokovic's new coach will be a former player with the "same values" as him
The 12-time Grand Slam champion, who has not played since quitting Wimbledon with an elbow injury, refused to reveal the exact identity of his right-hand man.
However, he did reveal a number of clues to who it could be – including that it's a player with a decent career, who was not no.1 but who got the most out his abilities.
It's also an ex-player that Djokovic says has "life values which are in line with mine".
Asked by Serbian newspaper Novosti who would be his new coach, Djokovic said: "There are several names I'm thinking about.
"I can not tell you about who it is, because there are many factors that need to be clothed.
Novak Djokovic hasn't played since his elbow injury at Wimbledon
ATP Race to London rankings: Who will qualify for the World Tour Finals?
Mon, October 16, 2017
Express Sport runs through the ATP rankings, with the top 8 set to feature at the season-ending World Tour Finals
1 of 16
Which eight players will qualify for the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals?
"I can tell you what profile would best suit me. It's a former player who had an enviable career and who managed to get the most from him at all times.
"Who was not number 1, but he was smart enough, wise and persistent to always make 100 percent, both in physical and tennis.
"By the way, it's someone whose life values are in line with mine."
Djokovic has previously worked with Boris Becker and, most recently, Andre Agassi at Wimbledon.