MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 20: Jordan Lewis (left) and Simon Goodwin, Senior Coach of the Demons pose for a photograph after announcing his AFL retirement during a press conference at Melbourne Cricket Ground on August 20, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

Retired Demon Jordan Lewis has joined the club’s coaching staff for the 2020 season.

The four-time premiership Hawk will work in a part-time mentoring role for the youngsters as well helping improve the Dees’ kicking skills.

The 33-year old hung up the boots after 319 games for Hawthorn and Melbourne.

“When I decided to retire, I still wanted to have a connection with the Melbourne Football Club,” Lewis told melbourne.com.au.

“We were able to work out a role that would work for both the club and myself, in terms of not conflicting with my media commitments, but also ensuring I will be available at the club to help develop an area that we think is important.

“I will be heavily involved in the kicking program.

“People think kicking is solely technical but there are so many other elements, so hopefully we can teach the players to make better decisions, or easier decisions, so that the technical side becomes easier.”