TOWN beware - Millwall's Darren Byfield is back and desperate to start scoring.
It's been a frustrating season for the 30-year-old frontman, who has been limited to just 10 games, and two goals, because of injuries.
But Byfield is set for a sixth successive start for the Lions against Town tonight, and the man whose partner is top pop star Jamelia is confident he will soon be hitting the right note.
The nomadic star joined Millwall from Gillingham in the close-season, having previously worn the colours of Aston Villa, where he came through the academy, Walsall, Rotherham, where he played alongside Town centre-back Martin McIntosh, and Sunderland.
And the Birmingham-born player says supporters of the capital club have yet to see the best of him.
"No one at Millwall really knows what I can do because I have not played," he said.
"They might have read things said by other players in national newspapers about wanting to impress their manager.
"But I genuninely want to impress the boss (Willie Donachie), the coaching staff, my teammates - and the fans. I want them, especially, to know Darren Byfield is a good player.
"I really love the Millwall crowd, and I'm not just saying that. I already have a good relationship with them.
"Yes, they might give you a bit of stick if you are not doing as well as they expect.
"But that shows that they want to see me doing well, and I'm strong enough to take the flak."
Byfield set himself a target of 20 goals at the start of the season, and, despite missing 19 games, he's sticking to it.
"There are six months of the campaign left and a lot of games to play," he added.
"I must stay injury-free and it will be tough, but I still believe."
Byfield's pace certainly caught the eye of Town manager Peter Jackson during Friday's FA Cup second-round clash at Bradford, which finished goalless.
"He's got a proven track record and he causes problems," said Jackson, who also noted the danger posed by emerging 22-year-old Ben May.
"May is a tall lad and a handful for the defenders," added Jackson, who is desperate for a first clean sheet in nine matches and only a fourth of the season.