Plymouth manager Derek Adams has offered to pay for the club's disability squad training sessions for the rest of the season.
Adams made the offer after the squad made a big impression on him when he joined in at a recent session as part of the club's community programme.
The Scotsman told Sky Sports News: "When I came to the session I enjoyed working with the players here and their enjoyment.
"They don't all get out often during the week, and I asked the football club if it would be okay for me to finance the running of the project up until the end of May.
"They said it was fine and it gives me a wee bit of enjoyment, coming down here and watching them, being with them and coaching them at times during the season."
Adams and his Argyle squad are back in action on Saturday when they face Oxford United in League Two, looking to extend their unbeaten league run to six games.