Former Sydney captain Kieren Jack is reportedly set to join the West Coast Eagles in an off-field role.

Jack, who retired in 2019, remained with the Swans in a commercial management role for close to a year before moving into others jobs in Sydney away from football.

The 36-year-old is now in line to link up with the Eagles as the club's head of strategy and innovation, according to 7 News Perth reporter Ryan Daniels.

Jack brings over 250 games of AFL experience to the Eagles, with the New South Wales native picking up a Bob Skilton Medal, an All-Australian selecting and serving as captain of the Swans for four seasons.

The premiership Swan's anticipated arrival will add to the wave of off-field changes for West Coast, who are still searching for a new list manager following Rohan O'Brien's resignation.

West Coast have brought in former Sydney assistant Don Pyke as the club's new chief executive, however the former Adelaide coach's time with the Swans didn't overlap with Jack's.

Under Pyke's new reign, the Eagles are looking to return to finals contention in the coming years after a lean couple of seasons for the Perth powerhouse.

The Eagles won five of their 45 games across the 2022-2023 seasons, picking up just their second wood spoon last year.

West Coast's 2024 campaign will get underway on Sunday, March 17 against Port Adelaide at Adelaide Oval.