Former Super Eagles goalkeeper, Carl Ikeme, returned to his former side, Wolverhampton Wanderers training ground, for the first time in nearly five years.
Ikeme announced his emotional retirement from football for health issues, after suffering from Leukaemia in 2018.
The giant height goalkeeper ended his career both at the club and country level after making just 10 appearances for Nigeria.
He was seen as the best replacement for the veteran goalkeeper, Vincent Enyeama, after Nigeria struggled for some time to replace the former Lille star.
The 35-year-old took part in his first training session in nearly five years at Wolves training ground on Friday and it was all smiles throughout the session.
Team captain, Connor Coady, took the veteran around the training ground. He also had some time with Ivorian defender, Bolly, who was a friend of Ikeme during his time at the club.
The Nigerian spent his entire career with Wolves and made his Super Eagles debut on the 5th of September, 2015 in a goalless draw against Tanzania.