Manchester United legend Denis Law has been looking ahead to Saturday's game against his first club, Huddersfield Town.
The striker, who scored 237 goals for United, started his career with the Terriers in 1962.
He came back to haunt the West Yorkshire side in 1971 - scoring in a 0-3 United win.
It was the last game that the so-called 'United Trinity' of Law, George Best and Bobby Charlton scored in the same game.
Remarkably, the two sides have not met since. Law will be in the stands for the Premier League match up at the John Smith's Stadium on Saturday.