Stocksbridge Park Steels are to honour Jamie Vardy by naming a stand at Bracken Moor after their former star striker.
Vardy, now a Premier League record holder after scoring in 11 consecutive games for Leicester City, began his career at Steels after being released by Sheffield Wednesday as a youngster.
He joined FC Halifax Town from Steels, before joining Fleetwood - who received £1m, a non-league record fee, when Leicester signed him.
Steels expect to seal the name deal at their next committee meeting, and chairman Allen Bethell says: "Jamie played with us for a long time. He was in the reserves for three years and when he got called up for the first team, he missed the first training session because he was a bit frightened.
"He turned up for the second one though and was one of the best players I'd seen at his level.
"We got £15,000 plus add-ons from Halifax Town when he left which was a considerable amount for us, and the publicity we've received since from his achievements has been incredible.
"He brought his young daughter to a match here a couple of years ago and I think he'll come back again soon for a television documentary that's being made about his life and career."
Bethell added: "Jamie wouldn't have earned anything at all from football when he was in our reserves, it was just a chance to play with his mates.
"The most he was paid was about £100 a week. It's wonderful what he's achieved."