Sheffield Wednesday forward Marcus Tudgay is relishing the prospect of facing former club Derby on Saturday.
Tudgay, who netted when the two sides met at Pride Park in last season's FA Cup, has only been back in the side for two games following groin problems but is eager to score his first goal since September 27.
"I am looking forward to it, it will be a good day out for the family returning to the famous Pride Park, but we have got to go there wanting a win because they have only lost two in the last 12 games," Tudgay told the club's official website.
"I had a little setback with the tear in my groin but I feel good now so hopefully I can get a goal as well.
"They [Derby] are a good side and we have to show them respect, but we are a good attacking side.
"We work hard as everyone knows and we have to go there and do our jobs."
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