Former Chester City goalkeeper David Felgate has returned to the club in a coaching capacity.
The former Blues keeper has been brought to offer his expertise on the training field to Chester keepers Liam Roberts and Alex Lynch.
Felgate, 56, made 72 Football League appearances for the Blues between 1993 and 1995 and was a popular figure during his time with the club.
His professional career spanned from 1978 to 1996 and took in lengthy spells with the likes of Lincoln City and Bolton Wanderers, earning him a solitary Wales cap in the process.
After finishing his professional career at Wigan Athletic, Felgate moved into non-league football and made national headlines in 1998 while with Leigh RMI when he produced the performance of a lifetime to help earn his side a 1-1 draw with Fulham.
Since retiring from the game, Felgate has taken in coaching spells with Stockport County and, most recently, Manchester City's academy.