Barnsley manager Mark Robins will not let sentiment play any part when he returns to Carrow Road on Saturday to take on Norwich.
Robins, 40, left first club Manchester United for the Canaries in an £800,000 move as a player back in 1992, but his only concern this weekend is for his Tykes to collect three points and maintain their climb up the table.
Robins told Barnsley's official website: "They have been on a decent run and Carrow Road is always a tough place to go. It will be a partisan crowd and probably a full house as well.
"It is a tough ask but a game we are really looking forward to.
"I spent two-and-a-half years at Norwich and really enjoyed my time there. It's a great place to play and to live and I have some really good memories.
"But that is in the past now and we are going there to get three points. It's a big test but the start of a really good week for us."