David Dunn is hoping for a happy return to his former stomping ground later this afternoon.
Rovers are back in action this Bank Holiday Monday when the take the midfielder's former club Birmingham City at St. Andrews.
Dunn enjoyed his three-and-a-half year spell with the Midlands club despite his time being disrupted by injury.
"I had a decent relationship with the fans down there and I really enjoyed my time in Birmingham," said Dunn
"The unfortunate thing for me and Birmingham was that I couldn't get on the pitch a much as I would have liked.
"I had my spine surgery down there that knocked me back a year or so, which was disappointing, but when I did get on the pitch my form was quite good.
"So I'm looking forward to going down there and hopefully can play some part in it."
The midfielder knows that it won't be an easy match at St. Andrews with Birmingham City still nervously looking over their shoulder at the teams below them.
Defeat at the hands of Nottingham Forest on Saturday sees his former club just a point off the bottom three with three games to go, so Rovers have to be up for a battle.
"I think there are quite a few teams that are down there that we are going to have to be wary of," said Dunn. "I think every team in this division can be dangerous at times.
"We'll be fine if we play like we have done over the last month or so, I know there's been a few little careless things in there, but I think our overall performances have been very pleasing."
Supporters who haven't yet purchased their tickets for the Bank Holiday Monday match against Birmingham City can do so on the day.
Tickets can be obtained from the away turnstiles at the ground, cash only.
Prices are £10 Adults, £5 Seniors, Students and 13-18 year-olds and £1 for Under 13s. Students are required to take ID with them.