Few players know Millwall FC as well as Paul Robinson.
But the former Lions’ legend admits he may need a Sat Nav when he makes an emotional return to The Den with AFC Wimbledon on Tuesday night.
Robinson has legendary status in Bermondsey, having pulled on a Lions shirt 311 times in a 14-year stint which came to an end in January 2015.
So much a part of the furniture was the now 34-year-old his former teammates might want to have a note on their dressing room door reading ‘Not this one Robbo.’
“I'll try my best to find the away dressing room, but I can't promise on that one,” joked Robinson.
“I may need a little directing - it will be strange getting changed in the away dressing-room that’s for sure.
There’s certainly no pretence from the defensive stalwart this will be just another game.
Millwall is sufficiently engrained in his history, Robinson would have donned a scarf and joined the fans at Wembley for their playoff final with Barnsley in May had Dons not had their own appointment with destiny against Plymouth 24 hours later.
While The Wombles famously triumphed at the National Stadium Millwall went down 3-1, something Robinson came to see as a bittersweet moment.
“I would have been in with the Millwall fans watching at Wembley had we not been in the playoffs, he admitted.
“As much as I was disappointed for them that they didn't go up there was a little part of me that was over the moon that I would get the chance to play at the Den again this season and perform in front of those fans.
“I have been very excited for a few weeks now about the opportunity to go back there and play having spent the majority of my career there and enjoyed some fantastic times at The Den.”
As you would expect though old loyalties, deep as they are, will be put to one side for 90 minutes, as he looks to poach three points from his old mates.
“I’ve got a lot of affection for Millwall after all the time I spent there and there is always going to be that attachment,” he added.
“So it will be emotional and it is strange, but I’ve been at AFC Wimbledon a long time now, over 18 months and I'm fully into the hard work we have put in here.
So I'll be going there Tuesday night fully professional trying to beat Millwall and put in a good performance.”