Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech claims that he will have no mercy for former club Chelsea when the two sides clash this weekend, according to reports from the Daily Mail.
Cech left the Blues after 11 years with the club to join the Gunners in a £10million transfer back in July, but will now be returning to Stamford Bridge in Saturday’s crunch fixture.
It will all be very surreal for the Czech Republic international, with this being the first ever time playing for the visiting team at his old stomping ground.
“I have never played at Stamford Bridge in the visiting team so it will be a new experience for me,” he said.
“I go to a familiar place but most important for me will be to win the game. That’s the way it goes.”
The current Premier League champions have had a disastrous start to the campaign, losing three out of five league fixtures that sees them 17th on the table.
And despite their poor form, Chelsea fans will expect a result against Arsenal, but Cech hopes the bad times continue as he aims to help Arsene Wenger’s men to their fourth league win of the season.
“In a way it is nice that I spent so much time there,” he added. “That I know every corner of the stadium and the space, so for me there will be no surprises.
“Obviously it will be new to play against Chelsea but when you start playing the game the only concern you have is ‘can I play my best game and can we win?’”