HUDDERSFIELD Town come up against their former manager at Birmingham City tomorrow, but current boss Simon Grayson insists: "It's not about me versus Lee Clark."
According to Grayson, who bossed neighbouring Leeds when Clark led Town, both men will be totally focused on preparing their side to claim the three points.
“The two of us have had a good relationship ever since I was managing Leeds and he was here," said Grayson.
“We saw each other often and obviously we spoke a lot when Alex Bruce went on loan from Leeds to Town last season. And when I got the job here he wished me all the best.
“Lee put together a good squad to try and get this club out of League I and some of the players he brought in have flourished in the Championship.
"From my point of view it's about us going there and working very hard to try to get three points."
Town have on-loan Leicester striker Jermaine Beckford and centre-back Joel Lynch back in contention, while frontman James Vaughan (groin) and winger Adam Hammill (knee) are rated 50:50.
See Friday's Examiner for an interview with Lee Clark and what he makes of this weekend's game