Striker won't celebrate if he scores
“They hold a good place in my heart, Forest. I was brought up there and I had some really good times there.
The 33-year-old rose through the City Ground ranks before turning professional with Forest and went on to make over 200 appearances, netting 54 goals.
“No," said Harewood frankly after asked whether he would celebrate after scoring. "(I have) absolute respect for the teams I’ve been with. They’ve looked after me very well in my career.”
Reds striker Marlon Harewood will not celebrate should he open his Barnsley account tomorrow against former club Nottingham Forest.
“It’s a good thing to play for them or against them, really. It’ll be a nice day for me if I’m playing or involved in that game. Hopefully it’s a Barnsley win, to be fair!”
“I’d say every team you’ve played for you want to do well against.
“With the players that they’ve got, they’re expected to do big things. They’ve got some really, really good players. It’ll be interesting this weekend because our lads are ready for it and we’ll give them a good test. It’ll be a very good game to be involved in and a good game to watch.”