ZAK Whitbread insists he was not bothered by abuse he received from Millwall fans during Leicester City's 1-0 defeat at The Den on Saturday.
Whitbread was making only his second appearance in South London since quitting the Lions for Norwich in 2010 after refusing to sign a new contract.
But despite his acrimonious exit, the former Liverpool centre-back, who joined the Foxes last summer, says he is pleased to see his former club doing well in the Championship this season.
"It was a disappointing result, obviously," he said. "Millwall are very effective at what they do. I thought we matched them for much of the game but we switched off for the goal.
"We're a bit disappointed but it's good to come back and see a few old faces. It's nice to see Millwall doing well as long as it doesn't affect us but this time it did.
"I don't mind the stick and it doesn't faze me one bit. I spent four good years here and I think personally, that I had a decent spell here when I got going.
"It's a pantomime atmosphere here sometimes but I don't mind it. It puts a smile on my face and once the game gets going, it doesn't cross my mind."