LAHORE Former Tottenham Hotspur defender Graham Roberts will be accompanying the Pakistan Under-23 football team as a consultant during the 16th Asian Games Football Tournament slated to be held in China from November 7. Southampton-born Roberts had an impressive career as a player, representing clubs such as Tottenham and Rangers, as well as earning full England honours. The 51-year-old former Yeovil Town FC (Somerset, England) and Clyde FC (Cumbernauld, Scotland) boss has accepted the post after signing an initial two-months deal for a consultancy role Grahams services are being taken through a sponsor, and Englishman will work with the team as consultant during the 52-match Asian Games as his name has also been included in the pool of officials for the prestigious quadrennial event where Pakistan will face Thailand, Oman, Maldives in Group-F. We are fortunate to have such high profile personality working with our players for two months as he was a successful player and had vast coaching experience, said Pakistan Football Federation (PFF)s President Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat. Graham, who is expected to arrive in Lahore in a few days, is to become an Ambassador for the Futbol for Peace campaign before he heads off to Pakistan - which will tie in with PFF vision for youth development. Futbol for Peace Ambassadors include Michael Ballack, Luigi Buffon, Aaron Mokena, Ryan Babel and David James and were part of the FIFA 2010 World Cup in South Africa.