QPR chief Neil Warnock insists he isn't worried about the reception from the Sheffield United supporters tomorrow.
The Sheffield-born boss spent eight years in charge of the Blades, helping them to promotion to the Premier League in 2006.
But he takes his Rangers side to Bramall Lane hoping to extend their winning streak to three games.
“I’ll get a good reception at Sheffield United,” Warnock said. “They know what I did for them [as manager] because the club was in a dire situation when I took over.
“I’ve got loads of friends up there. This is a great time for the Rs now, and the team can start to play without pressure."
The clash will also see skipper Mikele Leigertwood return to his former club.