ANDY Frampton insists he's got nothing to prove ahead of his return to Millwall for tonight's Capital One Cup clash.
The Dons defender made more than 100 appearances during his four-year stint with the Lions, helping them to promotion to the Championship in 2010 before joining Gillingham the following summer.
Frampton is back at the Den for the first time since his exit as Wimbledon bid to cause an upset.
However, the 33-year-old insists he's got no personal score to settle.
“I loved my time there,” he said. “I had a great four years and there's loads of happy memories.
“I'm looking forward to going back there for the first time, although not sure what reception I'll get!
“Hopefully they've got good memories of what I brought to the club as a player.
“I got loaned to Orient and Swindon in my last season when it wasn't really happening for me. My contract was up and there wasn't a deal on the table.
“Wimbledon's my priority now. Hopefully we'll get a positive result. I'm not going back there to prove any point.”
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