David Worrall "can't wait" to return to where his career started on SaturdayMidfielder David Worrall is relishing his reunion with former team-mates when Millwall travel to Bury on Saturday afternoon.
After three separate stints at Gigg Lane, there are few that know what makes the Greater Manchester club tick like the 26-year-old journeyman.
"I was captain at the club and it's a special place for me," Worrall told millwallfc.co.uk. "During my time at Bury I got to know everyone there, from the players to the kitman to the cleaners.
"I have a lot of respect for the football club and the fans. The fans were great to me when I returned to play against them last season."
And Worrall admits that inside knowledge has also proved to be a valuable weapon against his former club in recent years.
"I have a good record against Bury, scored a few goals and our winning record has been very high whenever I have gone back to Gigg Lane.
"If I am selected on Saturday I will be doing everything I can to keep that going," he added.
The Lions sit four points outside of the League One play-off positions after Tuesday's 0-0 draw with a 10-man AFC Wimbledon.
"We all know what we need to do on Saturday and there's no reason why we can't travel to Bury and get a good result."
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