Netherlands coach Guus Hiddink has revealed that he has no intention of making any changes to the captaincy set-up with the World Cup semi-finalists.
Robin van Persie skippered the Dutch side in Brazil with Arjen Robben acting as his deputy, and as he was unveiled as Louis van Gaal's replacement, Hiddink was quick to state that the two attacking players would remain in their current roles.
The 67-year-old told reporters: "It's too early to talk about technical decisions. Robben and Van Persie were very important so I think that they will remain captains. I can't say in what order yet."