Charles N'Zogbia insists he was not concerned to be on the receiving end of a harsh reception at Newcastle.
N'Zogbia grabbed a brace for Wigan against his former club at St James' Park on Saturday.
Despite his heroics, the match finished 2-2, as Shola Ameobi and Fabricio Coloccini grabbed second-half goals for the home side.
N'Zogbia, who left Tyneside in January 2009, was greeted by jeers but says that failed to worry him.
"Like I have said many times, the fans can boo me, I don't care," N'Zogbia said.
"All I want to do is get on with my football and I think I did that.
"On a personal note I was delighted to score two goals.
"For the first goal, I was just looking at it all the way as it came across from Franco di Santo, and it was the first goal I have ever scored with my head.
"The second one came across nicely on to my left foot, and I just thought, 'let's do it'.
"I was happy enough with the connection and it was nice to see it go in. It was just a shame we could not hang on."