Moyes reportedly has no plans to make any substantial changes to his backroom team, but could still make additions.
New Sunderland manager David Moyes will not be making any major changes to the backroom staff inherited from predecessor Sam Allardyce, the Sunderland Echo has reported.
Moyes has reportedly recognised the respect shown by the players towards first team coach Robbie Stockdale and assistant manager Paul Bracewell, and has no plans to make any major overhauls.
Meanwhile, the Daily Mail claims that goalkeeping coach Adrian Tucker will also keep his job, although Billy McKinlay, who worked alongside Moyes at Real Sociedad, is thought to be a likely addition.
Steve Round and Jimmy Lumsden, both of whom worked with the Scot at Everton and Manchester United could also be lined up.
Former England international Phil Neville and brother, Gary, are also reportedly in contention, with the latter recently leaving the England set-up after the disastrous Euro 2016 exit at the hands of Iceland.