Defender ready for Bramall Lane return...
Leigh Bromby will be putting sentiment to one side for 90 minutes on Saturday when he returns to former club Sheffield United for the first time since he joined Leeds United.
The 30-year-old made almost 150 appearances in two spells for the Blades and was part of the side which reached the Premier League in 2006.
But now Leigh is aiming to play his part in another promotion to the Premier League, this time with the club he supported as a boy.
"It'll be nice to go back and nice to get three points," said the defender.
"They are scrapping for points and it'll be a tough game, but hopefully we can come out with the win. I'm still in contact with a few of the players and the staff and it'll be nice to see a few familiar faces, but we're going there for the points.
"You want to go back and put in a performance and show people you are still a good player. I'll be looking to carry on doing what I've been doing.
"They might have been unlucky in places this season. We know it'll be a tough game, but the position we're in we need to keep winning to put pressure on the teams at the top. There's no massive expectation from us, but if we can keep in touch with the top teams it could go down to the wire.
"Our form last season at the end was poor and we want to put that right and have a good run. If we're in touch with the top-two, hopefully we will be pushing for second place. "
Leigh admits he looks back on his time at Bramall Lane with affection. He was a member of the promotion winning side and featured prominently during their season in the Premier League.
"The most successful part of my career was there," said Leigh.
"It's a good club with good people and it's a shame that they are in the position they are. Their fans might be resigned to the situation, but you look at their team and it's a good team. It's a tough league, but I'm surprised they are down there.
"They had two men sent-off on Saturday. I've never come across Micky Adams, but he seems a good man and I hope he can turn it around down there and get them out of the situation they're in."
With Leigh re-establishing himself in the team, there will be no room for sentiment, though, as he looks to push on and a play his part in the final run-in.
He returned to the team for the 5-2 win against Doncaster - having made just one league start previously this season - and is delighted to be back in the side.
"The action on the pitch has been limited, but since I've come in I think I've done well," he said.
"I've got to work hard to keep my shirt, and the performances from the team have been good as well which has helped. Hopefully I can stay in there.
"If you're not performing you don't get in. We need results now and we need everyone pushing each other and I'm just happy I've got an opportunity now."