Papa Bouba Diop is looking forward to his return to Fulham as a Portsmouth player this weekend.
The giant midfielder, nicknamed 'The Wardrobe' during his stint at Craven Cottage, moved on to Fratton Park during the summer.
After becoming something of a cult hero with the London outfit, the Senegal international is hoping the fans who once idolised him do not turn on him.
He told the club's official website: "We go to Fulham confident after the win against Reading last week.
"And I'm happy to go back to Fulham because I made a lot of friends while I was there. Changing your club is just a part of football and today I'm very much a Portsmouth player.
"I came here for a new challenge and I'm very pleased with the start I've made. I'm enjoying myself doing the job I'm paid to do - with a lot of very good players around me."
Pompey boss Harry Redknapp is confident his side will be well backed against Lawrie Sanchez's side, with 3,000 tickets already sold to away fans and a further 1,000 available.
Redknapp said: "Fulham is always a great place to go for us.
"That away end will be filled up with our supporters and, with the noise they make, it will be almost like a home game for us.
"We had a terrific 3-1 win there the year we made our big escape from relegation and it was only a last-minute equaliser which stopped us winning again there last season."