The Brentford captain came through the ranks at the Den and racked up 87 first-team appearances for the Lions before his move to Griffin Park two years ago.
However, the centre-back is ready to put sentiment to one side as he bids to get one over on his former employers.
“It’s a big game for Tony,” said Bees boss Mark Warburton. “He’s well-liked down there and loves that club as well.
“He’s got a job to do and is an ultimate pro. His only focus will be getting three points for Brentford.”
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