Davy Fitzgerald is relishing the chance to get involved with the Cork camogie seniors after agreeing to come on board as a coach for 2022.
Matthew Twomey has replaced the outgoing Paudie Murray as manager, with Fitzgerald coming on board just weeks after being linked to the vacant Galway hurling position, which ultimately went to Henry Shefflin.
Last July Fitzgerald walked away from Wexford after five years in charge of their senior men's hurlers but he's back in the game now in a new capacity, one which he says he's invigorated by.
"I will be helping Cork camogie a small bit next year," he told RTÉ's Today Show.
"I've committed to one or two days a week as coach. It’s great I don’t have to manage. Managing, it could be 50, 60 hours a week. People don’t realise how much goes into it, it’s pretty crazy. Wexford would definitely have been 50, 60 hours a lot of the time.
"Here I get to come down with Matthew and coach once or twice a week and help them as much as I can. I'm looking forward to that, it’s different.
"I’m delighted to come down and help out. If we train in Mallow, that’s less than an hour from the house. Probably down to Cork City, it’s an hour and a half at the most, if we do it.
"I’m looking forward to it."
Cork, beaten by Galway in last year's All-Ireland final, will be desperate to put that right and Fitzgerald is hoping he can add something to the mix.
"I’ll go in and give the girls as much of a hand as I can," he added. "Two days a week, it’s not bad either.
"Hopefully they’ll get something out of it and the people of Cork, I’m looking forward to working with as well and we’ll see how we get on. Interesting times ahead.
"I won't be probably as committed as I would have been in other years. There's a few things privately happening at home that I've to deal with.
"But, you know what, I'll always be tied into the GAA some way."