John Swift has no feelings towards former loan club Rotherham as he returns to the New York Stadium with Brentford on Saturday.
The 20-year-old joined the Millers on loan last summer but was limited to three appearances for the club with Chelsea cutting the loan short.
Swift's spell at Griffin Park has been much more successful and the midfielder has scored six goals in 22 league appearances.
And he is purely focused on repeating his excellent display in the 3-0 win over Wolves on Tuesday where he bagged a brace.
He said: “I don't feel anything (towards Rotherham). I went there and didn't do what I wanted to do so I went back.
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“I don't hate them. It was just one of those things. I'm going to go and try and play as I did today and get some goals to help the team win.”
Former players tend to be the subject of abuse when they return to the club but Swift is not going to be paying any attention to what Rotherham fans have to say.
He added: “You have to let things wash over you. If you take in what they're saying it's going to affect your game.
“You can't let that happen. As a player, I'm used to it so I won't be listening to anyone.”
He added: “I think trying to push up the league is the target. If we can concentrate on getting into the top 10 and trying to stay there. We'll take it every game as it comes.”