New Brentford manager Terry Butcher has appointed former Bees striker Andy Scott as his assistant.
Scott scored 28 goals in 118 league appearances for Brentford
Scott, hugely popular with Bees fans during a career of just over three years at Griffin Park, was sold to Oxford in 2001.
He moved on to Leyton Orient in 2004 but a year later was forced to retire because of a heart problem before being appointed as the O's youth team coach.
"It's great to be back and I can't wait to get on with the job," said Scott.
Butcher told the club website: "Clearly I've been keen to appoint someone who has knowledge of the lower divisions and in Andy I have the perfect man.
"The two of us have a big, big job to do and it's already underway."