Former Wales defender Chris Gunter has joined manager Robert Page's coaching staff for the March internationals.
Gunter, 33, won 109 caps during a 15-year Wales career before announcing his retirement from international football on 9 March.
The full-back became the first male player to win a century of Wales caps, in a friendly against Mexico in March 2021.
Gunter continues to play at club level for AFC Wimbledon in League Two.
The Football Association of Wales say Gunter's role with the senior team this week is "seen as part of a transition into future coaching work".
Confirming he will miss their next two games, Wimbledon said it had been pre-agreed that Gunter "would be allowed to fulfil his wish to pursue coaching opportunities with Wales", adding "we wish Chris every success in his new role". Gunter is a former Tottenham and Nottingham Forest player.
Page recently bolstered his backroom staff with the addition of Manchester United first-team coach Eric Ramsay and West Ham's Nick Davies, both on a part-time basis.