Former British tennis player Tim Henman believes it is not a must for Andy Murray to bring in another person to his team.
Murray, 30, split for the second time with coach Ivan Lendl this week.
The Scot won three Grand Slam and back-to-back Olympic titles, as well as reached the No. 1 spot, during his two stints with Lendl.
Jamie Delgado, the assistant coach of Murray, has been doing a great job with the Scot so far.
The two have been working together since last year.
"With Andy's experience and knowledge of the game, I wouldn't think he needs to bring another person into the team," Henman told BBC.
"He's got Jamie who played to a decent level and did a very good coaching job with Gilles Muller first, and has been with Andy for a good couple of years and understands him as well as anyone.
"It's been well documented that Andy has been having a tough time with his hip but he had a great couple of periods with Lendl and I think it's more about focusing on the positives and the things the whole team has learned."
Murray, who is still recovering from a hip injury, is hoping to be ready to kick off his season at the Brisbane International.
It remains to be seen will Murray decide to give a bigger role to now a much more experienced 40-year-old coach Delgado.