Paul Scharner is aiming to be a thorn in Everton's side once more as he targets a place in the West Brom team.
The midfielder has seen his first-team opportunities limited this season due to Roy Hodgson's wealth of options in that area.
However, an injury to James Morrison has provided a chance for him to start against Everton this weekend.
David Moyes' side have struggled to contain the Austria international in the past with five of his 21 Premier League goals - four of which have been notched at the Gwladys Street End at Goodison Park - coming against the Tofffees.
Last term he scored the opener in the 4-1 win at Goodison and those memories are flooding back as he prepares for another trip to Merseyside.
"Those thoughts are in my head and I feel good every time I go to Everton," he told the club's official website.
"I have my favourite stand there because I scored all the goals at one end. I joked last season maybe they should name the stand after me!"
Scharner, though, has been frustrated this term by his inability to maintain a sustained run in the team.
He added: "It has been a bit of a stop-start season for me. When I've played I think I've had a few decisive moments like the win against Aston Villa and the win at Newcastle.
"Hopefully I can pin down a place now. I wish Mozza all the best in his recovery. I came back from injury myself in the Swansea game.
"I then played my first 90 minutes after injury against Wigan and I hoped I'd done enough to keep my place against Newcastle.
"But it wasn't because we have such strong competition in midfield. You have to wait for your chance and take it."