JAMES Henry is hoping to get a good reception when he returns to Millwall for the first time on Saturday.
The winger, 25, made over 140 appearances for the Lions before he was sold to Wolves in October last year.
After being reunited with Kenny Jackett at Molineux, Henry scored ten goals in League One to help his new club win the title.
The former Reading man could start in Saturday's clash at The Den.
Speaking to NewsAtDen ahead of his return to SE16, Henry said: "I'd like to think I will get a good reception – I was at Millwall for five years and had some really good times there.
"You never know, though. Hopefully it will be good.
"I'm sure once the game starts that will change because the fans will be wanting their team to win and I will be wanting Wolves to win. I'm sure there will be no love lost.
"It's part of the game. Millwall fans were great to me when I was there – I loved playing in front of them at The Den."
Henry has denied that a falling out with ex-Millwall boss Steve Lomas led to his departure last season.
He added: "I don't think that was the case – I got on fine with Lomas and we had lots of chats.
"My form probably wasn't as good as it had been the season before and that's why I wasn't playing at the time.
"Sometimes in your career you need a move to freshen things up and I think that was the case with me."