KENNY Jackett says he does not view Millwall's trip to Leicester City on Good Friday as a grudge match after recent transfer feuds between the two clubs.
The Foxes signed strikers Chris Wood and Harry Kane from under the Lions' noses this season after they had both made major strides during loan spells at The Den.
But while those deals fostered a strong animosity towards Nigel Pearson's side within Millwall's fan base, Jackett insist he bears no ill will towards Leicester or either player.
"I don't see it like that," Jackett told NewsAtDen. "Both players did very well for us and then chose to move on. The club is the main thing – it's never about any one manager, coach or player.
"The team and the fans are the two constants. The club comes above any individual – that is every single one of us. It's about our team on Friday. That's all that matters."
Leicester are yet to win a game this month and Pearson is under growing pressure to turn his side's form around as they attempt to cling on to a play-off position.
But Jackett believes their recent poor results should not detract from an impressive season overall – and the fact that the Midlands club will undoubtedly be promotion contenders come May.
"We enjoy going to big grounds to play big clubs, no matter how the opposition are playing or what sort of form they are in," Jackett said. "Leicester have a lot of options in terms of team selection.
"They are geared for the top-end of this league, which is where they have been all season. It is very tight and competitive up there – it's certainly not easy to get one of those three promotion places.
"Three clubs are fortunate enough to get into the Premier League each year and one season I want one of those to be Millwall – but that is Leicester's aspiration right now."