In demand Barnet midfielder Albert Adomah returned to Harrow Borough last night (Wednesday) for the first time since leaving them to pursue a professional career in the game.
The 20-year-old schemer was back at Earlsmead for Borough's pre-season friendly with the Bees and will have been afforded a warm welcome by the Harrow faithful.
Before the Observer went to press, Adomah told us that he vowed not to celebrate, should he have scored against his former employers, for whom he made 99 appearances after stepping up from their Allied Counties youth side.
"I'm happy to be going back," said the pacy winger before the game. "I was happy with the way things turned out for me at Harrow.
"It was a bit of a roller-coaster ride as we almost got relegated, but I learned a lot there.
"It was hard leaving all my teammates behind when I joined Barnet and I'm looking forward to seeing them all again.
"I just really hope I don't score against them, but if I do I won't celebrate."
Adomah joined Barnet in the January transfer window after Paul Fairclough's outfit pipped League Two rivals Dagenham & Redbridge to his signature.
Almost seven months later he is attracting scouts from across the country with Premiership side West
Ham United and Championship outfit Plymouth Argyle believed to be leading the chase for the Underhill side's star attraction.
However, despite being put on the transfer list at his own request the quiet midfielder is taking one day at a time in his bid to play at the highest level.
"Going from non-league to the Football League is a big difference," he added. "There is a bit more pressure to do well and I get nervous, but I try and work harder in training to be a better player. It looks like I am staying at Barnet but I do have my sights on playing international football for Ghana. That is the next stage and I'll always be grateful to Harrow Borough for giving me my chance."