ANDY BOOTH makes a first return to Sheffield Wednesday in 48 hours determined to give any boo-boys good reason to flex their vocal chords.
The 30-year-old frontman hasn't played at Hillsborough since leaving after a five-year stint to rejoin Town in March 2001, so Saturday's Coca-Cola League I derby is that little bit special.
A Premiership campaigner for Wednesday alongside people like Des Walker, Paolo Di Canio, Benito Carbone and Chris Waddle, Booth scored 34 goals in 154 appearances for the club but wouldn't be surprised to get a frosty reception.
"I've seen people go back there in the past and get booed, but it won't bother me if they boo me for 90 minutes as long as we win the game and take three points," said Booth (pictured).
"I thoroughly enjoyed my time there and it's exciting to be going back, but it's important we get a good result and get back among the goals, because it's just not running for us at the moment.
"We need to start well and get on top. If we do that, it won't take the fans long to get on Wednesday's backs and that's what we've got to aim for."