Walsall new boy Dean Holden hopes to be able to pass on his experience while also developing his own game at the Banks's Stadium.
Holden signed a one-year deal with the Saddlers on Monday and the 32-year-old defender, who made his professional debut 13 years ago, knows he is never too old to learn.
"I pride myself on my attitude and I will be working as hard as I can in order to make me a better player," he told the club's official website.
"Even though I am 32 and have almost 400 senior appearances to my name, I am learning all of the time and I hope to continue that under the gaffer and Richard O'Kelly (assistant manager)."
He added: "I'm buzzing to have signed this deal and now I can't wait to get down to work. There are a lot of young lads here and hopefully I can play my part in helping them develop. I will bring experience, know-how and desire to the team.
"I'm a winner and my initial thoughts are that the attitude and spirit in the camp here is excellent."