MATT GLENNON aims to put the mockers on a family party on Saturday.
The Town goalkeeper's wife Nicola is a relative of Bradford striker Dean Windass (the pair both hail from Hull).
The combative frontman needs just one more goal to reach a career tally of 200.
And there's no doubt the 37-year-old would love to reach the milestone in front of a big crowd at Valley Parade, where kick-off is 1.00 and it's all-ticket for Town fans.
However Glennon, who will also be facing former Town loan forward David Graham, is determined to put up the shutters in his first derby here.
"I'm from Stockport, but enough people have told me the importance of the Bradford game to Town fans," said the 27-year-old.
"We aren't where we want to be in terms of results or our league position (17th to Bradford's fourth), but I firmly believe things will come good for us.
"It should be a great atmosphere on Saturday, and having gone three games unbeaten, we have every reason to go there with confidence."
On Windass, Glennon said: "He's been a great pro down the years and he's still in good nick.
"He's been all over the place - like me, he had a spell in Scotland (with Aberdeen) - and he's scored goals everywhere he's played. You can't argue with 199 goals, and I'm sure he'll get to 200, but I have to ensure it's not Saturday.
"I was between the posts when John Hartson got his 100th goal for Celtic last season, and I don't want to be on the receiving end when another player reaches a milestone!"
* Reserves draw - report Page 42.