Burnley manager Owen Coyle is hoping his experience can rub off on the young talent at the club.
Coyle played 73 minutes for the reserves against Liverpool on Wednesday, with the Turf Moor outfit short of players.
Although he failed to get on the scoresheet, he still hopes he provided some valuable lessons to the youngsters on the pitch.
"I have got some talented young players and when I'm on the pitch with them, particularly with Wes Fletcher being a striker and being a former striker myself, I can impart that knowledge and experience, like I did with Jay Rodriguez," he told the club's official website.
"I thought Wes was outstanding and we think he's got a chance.
"My legs aren't what they used to be but I'm pretty sure I'm vocal enough to talk them through what I expect of them and then when they're ready for the first team, which I believe some of them will be, they're ready to step in and it's a nice transition."