Brentford will have Alan Judge to the front of minds when they face Ipswich for the first time since the midfielder's horrendous injury at Portman Road in April.
Luke Hyams lived up to Town's moniker as a Tractor Boy when he ploughed through Judge leaving him writhing on the pitch, and out of Euro 2016.
There was unconcealed satisfaction by away players when Hyams later earned a second yellow card and thus a dismissal.
Here's a reminder of the incidents below if you can bear to see it again.
He said: “We’re wanting to do well - especially for Judgey. The boys will play for him and we want to see him back on the pitch after that injury against Ipswich.
“But I don’t think we can go into thinking about last season.
“We’ve got to focus on this and not thinking about the past, but I’m sure the boys will have a fire in their belly for the game.”