Kortney Hause will come up against his former club when Aston Villa face Wolves on Saturday.
Hause left Molineux for Villa Park in June 2019, having previously enjoyed a successful loan spell.
The defender will hope to be part of the backline looking to keep Wolves quiet this weekend.
But he says he left on good terms, still speaks to some current Wolves players and thinks he still has a good relationship with the fans.
When asked if facing his former club added any spice to the game by Villa club media, Hause said: “No, not really to be honest.
“I was at Wolves, it was good and I had a good time there. I didn’t leave on bad terms.
“I’m sure the fans still like me, as well as some of the staff. I still speak to some of the players there now.
“I’ve got a good relationship with all of them so there’s no added spice to facing them.”
Hause clearly has fond memories of his time at Wolves but he has moved across the Midlands now.
There might be catch-ups and hugs after the game but beforehand and during, his previous at Molineux will have no impact.
This is a big game for Wolves to try and maintain their momentum after two straight wins before the international break.
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