Hull forward Craig Fagan has no intention of seeking revenge against Newcastle's Danny Guthrie this weekend.
Fagan is set to make his first start since having his leg broken by Guthrie in a horror tackle in September when the sides meet in the FA Cup third round on Saturday.
Fagan said: "It happened, there is nothing I can do about it now. There is no point me going out there to do the same, it is not going to benefit me in any way."
He added: "I just want to get back to the form of before I was injured.
"I know our fans won't give him the best of times but I just want to concentrate on my game."
Fagan marked his return to action with a consolation goal in the 5-1 thrashing at Manchester City after coming on as a substitute.
"It's great to be back," added Fagan, who rejoined the club permanently from Derby last summer.
"I feel good, sharper than I thought I would.
"I managed to get on at half-time against Manchester City, which was unexpected, and nick a goal.
"It was was great for myself but obviously it was a disappointing day for the team."
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