You would have thought Ross McCormack is looking forward to facing Leeds tomorrow night.

Notwithstanding the fact the striker moved from Elland Road in the summer - Whites are looking to complete their first double of the season after winning 1-0 the first game in December.

Fulham's top scorer is also celebrating a Scotland call-up this week. However, if there are teams who should fear his firepower, it’s the pair that follow United over the next three weeks.

If precedent carries weight, McCormack's 29 goals last season that commanded a reported £11m fee, has seen him warn Huddersfield on Saturday and Charlton on April 7.

“I scored four away at Charlton last year and a hat-trick at home to Huddersfield,” he pointed out.

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“If you think there are sides you do well against, then you can probably count them.

“But it’s a different season, different squads and dynamics, different managers and what have you.”

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Rumours abound that sides are queuing up to take the 28-year-old of Fulham's hands, including Derby. Gaffer Kit Symons has shot the stories down in flames, and the player himself says he has no regrets over moving south.

“I love it here with Fulham. I like my house; the training ground is great; the stadium is great; and the football is starting to become great,” added McCormack.