Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic has refused to call this Saturday's game at Reading a revenge trip.
The Royals won last season's Championship play-off semi-final against his side, with their tactics in particular playing a huge part.
And Jokanovic knows his side will be in for a game at the Madejski Stadium very early on.
Indeed, not many sides will get the likes of Norwich and Reading in their opening two matches, so Fulham's players know they'll have to be at the top of their games.
"It's a new season. In our last games against them, there were mistakes which benefitted Reading," said the boss.
"I expect us to be luckier this season. Reading pushed us into some difficulty in the last game, they were really aggressive and tried to destroy our style of the game.
"They cut us out many ways to win the game and I expect them to be aggressive again, they will follow us man to man this weekend.
"We have found this in the past so we need to be ready and find a solution for this kind of situation.
"I have forgotten about last season. It is something behind us. In front of us now is one of the toughest games in the Championship already, though.
"When you play Reading you have to be a higher level to have an opportunity to win the game.
"But I am not thinking about revenge, I am not thinking about the past. This is a new situation with some new players.
"I had an opportunity to watch them in pre-season and I saw them (highlights) against QPR last weekend - I don't expect them to surprise us and I don't expect us to surprise them so much.
"We have to find some solution to play a bit better and find a way to win the game."