FORMER Spurs star Justin Edinburgh is back in the Blue Square Premier.

Since parting company with Grays Athletic in February, Edinburgh has been helping out scouting for old pal Colin Calderwood at Nottingham Forest.

But now he has joined Woking as assistant to Colin Lippiatt.

He said: "Colin rang me last night and I knew what it was about.

"I've known him for a while and he's always been honest, so I've agreed to give him a helping hand until the end of the season."

"I would've applied for the job even if Colin didn't ask me to come in and help him.

"Being here can only help my cause. It gives me a good insight into the club and a first look at players.

"Hopefully we can bring a feelgood factor back to the club.

"I know Marvin Morgan as I was tracking him last summer. I worked with Paul Lorraine at Fisher and Adam Green at Grays, and Tom Hutchinson is one of the best centre-halfs in the league.

"I've got unfinished business in non-league management. I thought I put together a good side at Grays, but didn't get enough time and I think it's showing in their results now."

Former Billericay Town boss Edinburgh still lives in the town.

Lippiatt and Edinburgh have been appointed in succession to Frank Gray, another former Grays boss, and his assistant Gerry Murphy.