Huddersfield Town loan striker Grant Holt has revealed he will not celebrate if he finds the net at former club Norwich City this weekend .
The Terriers head to Holt's old stomping ground Carrow Road this weekend looking to build on a first league win in five after the 2-1 success over Brentford and the Wigan Athletic loanee is expected to lead the line once again.
But while Holt is a much-revered figure in the yellow half of East Anglia after plundering 78 goals in 168 appearances for the club, the Cumbrian insists he will be doing everything in his power to ensure it is Chris Powell's side who leave with the three points.
"You hope you will get the reception you think and maybe feel you deserve and it will be a special game for me personally," he said.
"Everyone knows what we achieved in my time at the club but the nature of football is I am a Huddersfield player this weekend and I will be going down there to do my best for Huddersfield and try to win a game of football.
"If I score I don’t think I could do any celebration because I would probably get lynched.
"I am coming down to win a game and if I do score then it is what it is. I just want three points, see some old friends, then get up the road and move onto the next one."
Saturday's encounter will be the first time Holt has returned to face his former side since leaving for Wigan Athletic last year in a £2m deal and the 33-year-old admits he does regret the manner of his departure and how his move to the DW Stadium unfolded.
"It will be nice to go back and maybe put that one straight a bit because it wasn’t how I wanted to leave," he said.
"It would have been nice to say goodbye to the fans and the people at the club, but, listen, that is football and we all understand that.
"I’m probably looking forward to getting the welcome out of the way before the game, then getting down to business and hopefully getting a good send off at the end before I leave the pitch.
"I’ll speak to a few of the lads this week I’m sure. You know what its like, I have a lot of friends at the football club and I speak to them quite a bit to find out how things are going so I’m sure there’ll be a few friendly words."