HUDDERSFIELD Town legend Frank Worthington is making a second attempt to sell a prized golden boot.
His treasured possession goes under the hammer at Bonhams in Chester.
The Adidas Golden Boot was presented to Frank in 1979 as top goalscorer in the then First Division, now The Premiership.
His 24 goals for Bolton Wanderers gave him the award, just ahead of Liverpool's Kenny Dalglish.
The colourful and flamboyant Worthington - now 56 - first put the boot up for sale on internet auction site eBay last November.
But it failed to reach its £15,500 reserve price.
Now, buyers are being given another chance to own the memento.
A Bonhams spokesman said: "We think it could fetch up to £12,000."
The sale is on Wednesday, April 27.
Frank delighted thousands of fans in a career spanning 882 games.
The award of the Adidas Golden Boot, at a ceremony in Paris, was a highlight for the player, who scored two goals for England.
A family friend said last year the boot was being sold to help pay for Frank's retirement.
The star played for 11 league clubs and became one of the most fondly remembered players of the 1970s.
He went to Leicester City for £80,000 after being sold by Town in 1972.
Frank's boot is in a sale of sporting memorabilia.