Tony James is hoping he can put one over former club Hereford when they face Burton in the League Two clash on Saturday.
The 33-year-old played for the Bulls between 1998 and 2006 and returned to Edgar Street for a loan spell last season.
The defender netted his first and only Brewers goal to date against Hereford in 2010, scoring a late winner in a 4-3 thriller.
He told Burton's official website: "I'd definitely celebrate if I was to score despite the fact I still have very good memories of my time at Hereford.
"I'm here at Burton now and we as a club are pushing for something special this season.
"We're pushing for the play-offs and we need a result to keep up our good form, so if I was to score, especially the winner, it would be a very special moment for myself."