Former Middlesbrough star Joseph Desire Job has joined French side Sedan on trial.
Job has seen various moves fail to materialise, including one to Premiership new boys Watford.
Now Job is back trying his luck in his homeland.
Job began his career with Lyon before a move to Lens - which is where Middlesbrough snapped him up from.
The Cameroon international struggled to settle in England and spent time on loan back in France, before returning to The Premiership and finally finding his feet.
He went on to become a cult figure at The Riverside, playing a huge part in Boro's first ever major trophy success when they lifted The Carling Cup in 2004 - as he scored one and created the penalty for the second in a 2-1 win over Bolton.
Now Job, 28, is hoping he can kick-start his career with Sedan - after finishing last season on loan at Saudi Arabian outfit Al Ittihad.