Fleetwood Town head coach Scott Brown and midfielder Lewis Warrington paid a visit to the Club's Community Sports College and gave them a talk on motivation, the sacrifices they've made and much more.
Brown and Warrington first arrived at the Community Sports College - which is based on site at Poolfoot Farm - and were met by the Education Lead, Kerry and her staff before making their way to the front of classroom for a question-and-answer session with the students.
The two spoke about their football careers thus far, with Brown talking about his time up in Scotland and his time playing for Celtic, before discussing his step into management this summer.
The on-loan Everton midfielder [Warrington] talked about the importance of getting your education / degree and how the Premier League club helped him with their sports college programme. The 20-year-old was asked about his goal against Oxford City, his move to the Club and his future ambitions.
With plenty of Fleetwood Town fans in the classroom, there was time for the students to ask questions about their time in football, what sacrifices they made to get to where they are today and most importantly, give the students some words of encouragement.
If you would like to know more about Fleetwood Town Community Sports College, you can head over to their official website and read more about what they can offer you, or your son or daughter for the next school year.