WINGER Chris Taylor expects to receive a bit of stick from Millwall fans when he faces his former club for the first time on Saturday.
Taylor, 26, joined Blackburn Rovers last summer after talks to extend his contract with the Lions broke down in the wake of Kenny Jackett's resignation.
Steve Lomas' side travel to Ewood Park, where they won twice last season, this weekend, and Taylor is braced for a frosty reception from the away end.
"It is normal to get a bit of stick when you play against a former cub – I'd be surprised if I didn't get any," he said. "That's just the way it goes.
"I expect stick during the 90 minutes because there'll be no love lost during the game.
"I was only at Millwall for one season but I really enjoyed my time there and was always looking to stay, which for one reason or another didn't happen.
"I've got nothing but good memories of the club – the fans, players and staff were brilliant with me. I always look out for Millwall's results."
Taylor has only just forced his way into the Rovers side after being mainly used off the bench in the first four months of the campaign.
"It was quite frustrating at the start, making the odd sub appearance here and there, but hopefully now I've found a slot in the team and I can stay there," he said.
"We've picked up some really good results at home and we fancy our chances against anyone at Ewood Park, but as I know 80 percent of the lads, I won't be underestimating Millwall."