By Amir Mir

Aston Villa legends Ian Taylor and Brian Little have held a meeting with chief executive Keith Wyness to discuss how to bring the good times back to the club.

The Birmingham Mail reported that the meeting remains private, but player recruitment, fan satisfaction and how to make Villa Park a fortress again were on the agenda.

Villa’s new CEO took to his personal Twitter account to inform supporters that he had met with the club legends as they discussed bringing the good times back to Villa Park.

Here is Wyness informing supporters of his meeting with the clubs former manager.

The Midlands outfit had fought relegation in the Premier League for the last five years, until their fall last season where they accumulated only 17 points in a disastrous campaign.

Supporters were voting with their feet as attendance levels dropped, other fans were protesting over the running of the club and the players only managed to pick up three wins all season.

Former midfielder Taylor stood at the Holte End as a boy, including a playing career of nine years for his boyhood club where he notched up 42 goals.

Taylor took to his personal Twitter account to thank Wyness for the meeting and expressed his desire to bring back the good times at the club.

Taylor and Little remain part of the club’s fabric today as advisors and ambassadors, but news of this meeting will please supporters as they hope the club can make an instant return to the top tier of English football.

In other Aston Villa news, the clubs new signing reveals he turned down a Premier League club in order to join Roberto Di Matteo’s side.