Former Leicester City manager Micky Adams has joined Harborough Town as part of their youth development program.
Adams, who has also been in charge at Fulham, Brighton, Sheffield United and Port Vale among others, will be looking at bringing on players in the club's under-18 squad.
Harborough boss Nick Pollard said: "I believe Micky has offered to help out with the Under-18s.
"It's another step in the right direction for the club.
"Micky has a wealth of experience in the game both as a player and a manager and that can only be beneficial for club like Harborough."
In the build-up to the new season, Adams will be running a series of trials at Bowdens Park.
They are open to 15 to 17-year-olds and take place on Wednesday, June 28 (7-8.30pm), Thursday, June 29 (6.30-8pm) and Wednesday, July 5 (7-8.30pm).
More information on how to apply is available at www.harboroughtown.org.