CLAYTON Donaldson hopes to silence the Bantams boo-boys when Brentford travel to Valley Parade tomorrow.
The Bradford-born striker returns to his hometown club as the Bees look to maintain their unbeaten start and claim their first away win of the season.
Donaldson was given a tough time on his last trip to West Yorkshire when the sides met in the FA Cup last campaign, but had the last laugh as his goal earned a 1-1 draw before Brentford won the replay, with the former Crewe frontman again on the scoresheet.
The 29-year-old says he still looks out for Bradford's results, but insists that sentiment will go out of the window tomorrow.
He said: “I'm a Bradford boy so, of course, I want them to do well.
“I got a bit of a rough ride from their fans last season – they always seem to give me stick – but I suppose going back home with a different club you kind of expect it.
“I don't see it as a bad thing though because they know I must be a threat.
“I managed to score in both games against them last season and scored a few times for Crewe as well.
“Hopefully I can stick another one past them and shut them up!”
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