On-loan Leicester City striker Harry Kane said it will not affect him if he is targeted by Millwall's boo-boys tonight.
His team-mate Chris Wood is certain to get a red-hot reception from the Lions fans at the King Power Stadium after snubbing them to join City in January.
But Kane hopes the Millwall supporters will remember his contribution during his loan spell at the New Den more favourably.
The 19-year-old scored seven times as Kenny Jackett's team secured their Championship status last season during his loan spell from Tottenham Hotspur, but he turned down the opportunity to return to the New Den in February and joined City instead.
However, if he is targeted by the travelling supporters, Kane said it would not deter him from the task of getting City's play-off push back on track. I helped them to stay up and I like to think the fans will appreciate that," he said.
"But fans are fans and, if they want to boo me, then okay, and if they don't, they don't. It is part of football.
"It was a great experience for me. It was my first time in the Championship, and I thought it was a great opportunity and I could learn from it.
"The club were very good to me and the fans were very good to me. I am looking forward to it. It will be interesting to play against them.
"It makes it more exciting to play against former team-mates. It will be a tough game, we all know that.
"It will be good to see the mates I made there.
"They are a well-organised team, very physical, and will get in your face. They are not bad on the ball either. They are a good team and tough to play against."
Kane said City have returned refreshed after their warm-weather training camp in Portugal and are ready for the final eight games of the season.
"It was good to get away," he said. "We did some good training and had some fun as well.
"It has refuelled the lads a bit and now we are ready to come back and push on in the last eight games.
"We spoke about our form and what we need to work on.
"Now we want to get that win tonight, take each game as it comes and see where that takes us.
"The home games will be vital, but every game between now and the end of the season will be important. We have to keep our heads down because we know we have the ability to win matches. It is now a case of doing it."