Cardiff have offered Malaysian under-23 coach Ong Kim Swee the chance to spend time at the club to work with the backroom staff.
“Kim Swee is keen to learn about our pre-season preparations and we are prepared to offer him a short stint with us,” said Malky Mackay.
“He will be a part of the Cardiff City coaching staff during our pre-season training.
“The coaching education will be good for him and Malaysian football.
“We are also aware that he has a tight schedule this year. We hope our pre-season and his schedule will enable him to join us.”
Cardiff City have a good track record in producing quality players. The Welsh club’s academy has churned out some big names including Arsenal’s highly-rated midfielder Aaron Ramsey.
Kim Swee, who returned from Phnom Penh on Sunday after Malaysia's 1-0 win over the Cambodian national team on Saturday, said he is delighted with the Cardiff offer.
“It will be a great learning opportunity as most of the important things are done by the clubs in pre-season,” said Kim Swee.
“The problem is the Harimau Muda A team have a tight schedule this year.
“I hope Cardiff’s pre-season won’t clash with our preparations.”