The players will have a say in who's the next coach of the Black Caps.
John Wright has quit as coach effective after the West Indies tour, citing fundamental differences with Director of Cricket John Buchanan.
New Zealand Cricket Players' Association boss Heath Mills says he'll make sure they get a say.
"The players will need to be consulted and involved and that, that's one voice around the table and we'll work through whether it's a couple of senior players, me or whomever."
Mills says he would like NZC to take some time to appoint the next coach and ensure he stays for some time to get some consistency.
He says he wants one thing to happen in the appointment of a new coach.
"I hope New Zealand Cricket will take their time and look to understand the role as it is today and look to put a structure in place where we can attract good people to stay in the job for some time."
He says it's disappointing.
"I would have thought that, they've both been around a while, they both know cricket well, there would be some way for them to work together harmoniously for the good of team but that hasn't happened and that's fine."
Mills says it's a loss.
"Bit surprised really, I know players will be disappointed with John's decision. He's been someone they enjoy talking to about their cricket and he has real gold nuggets with his IP and the knowledge he has about the game."