Rajiv van La Parra says he’s not worried at the prospect of returning to Wolves with Huddersfield Town next season.
The Dutch forward left Molineux in the wake of a social media row with fans. The newly-named English Football League release the fixtures for 2016/17 this Wednesday, June 22.
And Van La Parra said: “It was all a lesson for me, and I suppose there will always be people who remind you of something.
“If I get booed by Wolves fans then I will have to deal with it. But from my side, it’s in the past. I am a Huddersfield player and happy to be here.
“I am looking to the future and ready to work hard in pre-season.”
Van La Parra, 25, was already in line to join Town in a £750,000 deal this summer. But he moved on loan in March and played eight times under David Wagner.
The former Holland Under 21 international made 57 Wolves appearances.
He joined Town’s Championship rivals from Dutch side Heerenveen two year ago.
Having come through the Feyenoord youth system, the Rotterdam-born player made his senior bow with French side Caen.