Reading defender won't celebrate against old club

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Reading defender Matt Mills insists he wants to pick up a goal and a win over former club Doncaster this weekend - but he has no plans to celebrate if he does.

The centre-half played over 70 games for Doncaster before making the move to the Madejski last summer and has found himself back in the first team under new boss Brian McDermott.

He said: "One of the lads asked me what I would do if I scored against Doncaster and I wouldn't celebrate just out of respect for the club."

He added: "That doesn't mean I don't want to score more than ever.

"I've got a couple this season but they don`t mean as much as a goal against my old club would."

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