MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 10: Assistant coach Mark Williams gestures during a Richmond Tigers AFL training session at ME Bank Centre on September 10, 2015 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)

Reports say St Kilda have been in contact with 2004 premiership coach Mark Williams, as the Saints continue to change their coaching staff.

Yesterday, Brett Ratten joined the team as he teams up with Alan Richardson and Brendon Lade. While Adam Kingsley, Rohan Welsh, Lindsay Gilbee and Simon McPhee have left the club.

“We can confirm, I’m being told from our news people, that St Kilda have been in touch with Mark Williams recently…there’s another piece to the puzzle,” Garry Lyon told SEN Breakfast.

Choco coached the Power for 11 years, and won 151 out of 274 games.

Former Essendon skipper Tim Watson talked about a link between Williams and GWS midfielder Dylan Shiel earlier in the week.

St Kilda are also changing off field, as Peter Summers looks to be stepping down from Presidency and Andrew Bassat will replace him.