WREXHAM are hoping to welcome goalkeeper Ben Foster back to the Racecourse tomorrow evening - this time wearing the colours of Manchester United.
The 24-year-old former Stoke City player enjoyed a successful loan spell last season with Wrexham, the high point of which was his man-of-the-match display in the LDV Vans Trophy final in Cardiff.
And he is likely to be included in an Old Trafford squad blending youth and experience to face the Dragons in a testimonial for Dragons assistant manager Kevin Russell.
It was at the Millennium Stadium in April where United boss Sir Alex Ferguson first saw Foster in action and the keeper's move of a lifetime went through during the close season.
Russell, who has spent a total of 12 years at the Racecourse, said: "I'd love Ben to play against us because I'm sure our fans would like to salute him and it would give him the opportunity to say farewell to them.
"He did really well for us last season and I'm sure deep down he would relish the chance to play at the Racecourse one more time."
Russell, who will don his boots to play some part in the match, added: "Now we've got the week in Northern Ireland behind us, obviously I'm looking forward to the game.
"We had a good attendance and a great atmosphere for the visit of Liverpool, so hopefully United will receive a similar sort of welcome from our supporters. I'm sure it will be a night to savour.
"Manchester United are probably the biggest club in the world so I'm immensely flattered that they have agreed to play us.
"No one wants it to be a farce and I'm sure it will be a competitive game."
Fans attending tomorrow's match can purchase stand tickets until kick-off with the exception of family tickets which are on sale until 2pm tomorrow. Admission to the Kop is either by pre-purchased tickets or cash at the turnstiles.