Former Sheffield United midfielder and professional boxer Curtis Woodhouse has spoken of his delight at being named manager at non-league Sheffield FC.
The 32-year-old quit full-time football to become
a professional boxer in 2006,
although played on in non-league.
"I was coaching at Lincoln City and when I got offered the job I thought it was a great opportunity," he told BBC Radio Sheffield.
"I know it's a good little club and a fantastic place to learn my trade."
He added: "Up until taking on the coaching job at Lincoln I hadn't really thought about going into it but I've really enjoyed it."
Woodhouse, who fights Dale Miles in a British light-welterweight title eliminator on 8 June, is
already targeting a promotion with the world's oldest football club,
after being appointed manager on Wednesday.
Sheffield finished fourth in Northern Premier Division One South this season but were
thumped 7-0 by Ilkeston in the play-offs.
"I want promotion here. I'm very ambitious and I always have been," he continued.
"When I decided I wanted to be a footballer I wanted to play for Liverpool, who were the best team at that time, and England and when I started boxing my aim was to be British champion."
The one-time Premier League player, having turned out in the top-flight for Birmingham City, boasts a record of 16 wins and three defeats from 19 fights.