Wycombe Wanderers manager Gary Waddock has admitted that he would love to work with Brentford goalkeeper Nikki Bull again.
Bull was Waddock's first-choice keeper while at Aldershot, as he steered the club into the Football League, but the 28-year-old opted to join current side Brentford last summer.
A disappointing first season at Griffin Park saw Bull make just seven appearances for the Bees after he was hampered by a shoulder injury.
However, he has recently been offered a new contract by the League One club and Waddock doubts he would be able to tempt Bull to Wycombe following his team's relegation.
"Nikki is a very good keeper and I have known him for a long time now," Waddock told skysports.com.
"We worked together at QPR whilst he was starting off in his career before working with one another again at Aldershot.
"We had a very successful period together at Aldershot and there is no denying that I like him as a goalkeeper, but he is still under contract at Brentford and I can't do anything about that at the moment.
"He is someone that I'd love to work with once again, but whether that happens any time soon remains to be seen."