Jonathan Greening has promised not to celebrate if he scores against former club West Brom on Saturday.
The Baggies may not have too much cause for concern, as the goal-shy midfielder only notched eight goals in 224 games during his five-year stint at the Hawthorns.
Greening completed a £5.5million switch to Fulham last summer after a successful loan spell, but maintains a huge amount of respect for West Brom.
So much so, that he insists in the unlikely event of him scoring, he will not celebrate.
Greening said: "I can't wait to go back there. I love the club - it's where I played the best football of my career, where I was happiest.
"If I play I'll be trying to get a result for Fulham but, if I scored, I definitely wouldn't celebrate.
"It would be disrespectful to the people and fans who I had such a good relationship with.
"Luckily for West Brom, I don't score many so it shouldn't be too much of a problem."
Greening will be joined in the Fulham squad by former Baggies Zoltan Gera and Diomansy Kamara.