An English football club says it's looking to recruit an Irish language tutor.
Lincoln City FC is based in Lincoln in the East Midlands.
The club's currently top of League Two - the fourth tier in the English league system.
Now, the club says its youth academy is looking for a part-time personal tutor.
In a recruitment ad on its website, the club says: "The purpose of this is to teach a scholar the Irish language as part of their Leaving Certificate from September 2019 for approximately 4 hours/week."
Interested applicants can contact the club's Head of Education.
— Lincoln City FC 🇺🇦 (@LincolnCity_FC) February 15, 2019
Lincoln City FC head of football, Jez George, told the Irish Examiner that the club's looking to recruit young Irish players.
It comes as part of its efforts to "spread the net a little wider".
Lincoln already has a number of Irish players among its ranks.
Last month, the club - which has the nickname 'The Imps' - signed Irishman Cian Bolger for a two-and-a-half year contract.
Speaking after the signing, the defender said: "From the outside looking in, you can see a buzz around the place with where the club is going and where they want to be."