Accrington Stanley Manager John Coleman is hoping a sunshine break will inspire his players to climb the Coca-Cola League 2 table.
Coleman's team have been out to Spain for spot of warm weather training.
They escaped the big freeze which gripped most of England and spent several days in Torrevieja on the Costa Blanca.
The trip included a friendly match against FC Torrevieja, who play in the fourth tier of Spanish football.
Coleman said: "It was a good chance to get together and spend a bit of time as a squad."
The friendly match came about after Stanley's Safety Officer, Mick Schultz, met FC Torrevieja officials club during a holiday in the area.
Stanley won the friendly 1-0, with a goal from striker Paul Mullin.
FC Torrevieja hope Accrington's visit will lead to a long-term link-up between the clubs.
FC Torrevieja official Ian Gully said: "It could lead to a relationship between ourselves and Accrington Stanley.
"We could transfer players and work together at Academy level."
In honour of the friendly, Torrevieja's Spanish players recreated the famous Accrington Stanley milk advert for viewing on the club's website and local Spanish television.
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