Eastbourne United chairman Billy Wood has jokingly invited former Premier League ace Darren Ambrose to join the club.
The ex-Ipswich Town, Newcastle, Crystal Palace and Charlton star has been welcomed for talks with United.
Ambrose, who retired in 2016, took to Twitter to reveal he never sealed a move on transfer deadline day in his playing career.
He posted: "I never did get a deadline day move, would of liked to though #stilltime."
But United chairman Wood was quick to offer Ambrose a return to the game and a chance to sign for a team on transfer deadline day.
Replying to the 35-year-old's tweet, Wood wrote: "Ready to talk when you are Darren, come and wear 🔴&🔵 again at @eastbourneuafc ."
Ambrose, who was capped by England at under-20 and under-21 level, came through the ranks at Ipswich before going on to make 38 first-team appearances at Portman Road.
A £1million pound move to Newcastle followed in 2003 then he went to Charlton for £1.5m in 2005.
Ambrose featured 128 times for the Addicks across a four-year spell, with a loan move back to Ipswich coming during that period.
The midfielder also spent time at Crystal Palace and Birmingham prior to a short stint with Greek outfit Apollon Smyrni in 2014.
A third spell at Ipswich arrived in 2014, with Ambrose going on to end his career at Colchester United before retiring in 2016.