Former Yeovil midfielder Andrejs Stolcers has returned to Huish Park in a bid to win a contract with a club in England.
The experienced Latvian international made 43 appearances for the Glovers in the 2004-05 season and scored seven goals as they won the League Two title and he is delighted that manager Terry Skiverton has allowed him the opportunity to use the club's facilities in order to put himself in the shop window.
Speaking to the club's official website, he said: "I am really grateful to Terry Skiverton for allowing me to train here at the moment.
"I am looking for an English club and believe I can still offer something to a Blue Square Premier team or around that level.
"I realise my options are limited at my age though."