London, Nov 2 : Ashton Kutcher's new job as a football coach is surely paying off - his Harvard-Westlake High Wolverines are off to a 4-2 winning start this season.
The 'That's 70s Show' actor, who is coaching the team, admits he's getting a lot out of his new job.
"Though football is no great step for mankind... it's a great step for me," the Daily Star quoted him, as telling Sports Illustrated magazine.
"I'm not there to teach them; they are there to teach me," he added.
As for why he started coaching, Kutcher says on his blog that he's always wanted to coach, but was "afraid of the time commitment. I was afraid that I would look stupid. I was afraid that the players wouldn't listen to my football advice, I was afraid that the advice that I gave wouldn't be very good."
Kutcher he played linebacker at ClearCreek Amana High School in Tiffin, Iowa.