Manchester United legend Andy Cole is getting involved with coaching.
The 47-year-old, who is best known for his part in United's treble in 1999, will be joining Macclesfield Town.
The Daily Mail reports that he will be working there as a strikers coach, at the request of boss Sol Campbell.
Cole will work there for two days during the week.
The former attacker recently battled a kidney condition, but he has come back to full health since then.
Macclesfield have the lowest goals tally in League Two, while they are still in the relegation zone as well.
Campbell will be hoping that Cole can give some pointers to the club's strikers on how to improve their positioning and finishing.