Inverurie Locos striker Chris Angus is aiming to make his old club Buckie Thistle suffer tomorrow.
Angus left the Highland League champions in November after nine seasons with the Jags.
On his return to Victoria Park with the Railwaymen he is desperate to find the net and beat his old side.
Angus, who scored in Inverurie’s 7-1 win over Huntly on Wednesday, said: “I just wasn’t getting a game at Buckie. I’m glad to be playing again and Neil Cooper has shown faith by signing me.
“Hopefully, I can repay him with a few more goals after getting one on Wednesday night with another couple against Buckie tomorrow.
“It will be weird being in the away dressing room, but I’m sure I’ll get a warm welcome from the people there, “I’ve still got a lot of friends up there.
“They are struggling with injuries and hopefully we might take advantage of that.
“But they are still a good team even without the players out, but hopefully we can take the three points and I can grab a couple of goals.
“I wouldn’t be shy about celebrating after scoring, either.
“We’re going up there hoping to leave with the three points and we’d take a scrappy 1-0 right now.”
Buckie have been decimated by injuries with manager Graeme Stewart having to bring himself on for the last 30 minutes of Wednesday’s 2-1 defeat to Strathspey Thistle.
He said: “Me, Kai Ross and two young lads were on the bench and it wasn’t a game for two young lads to come on to.
“I had to put myself on which I didn’t want to do, but needs must just now.”
On the return of Angus, he added: “For us it’s about not looking back, you’ve got to look forward.
“Chris has moved on to a new team. I hope he does well there – but obviously not tomorrow.”