Former Valiant loanee Guy Madjo says he won’t celebrate if he scores against Port Vale on Saturday.
There will be no celebration if I score. I have so much respect for Micky Adams and everyone at Port Vale
Madjo is expected to line-up against the Valiants after completing a loan move to Plymouth from Aldershot Town.
But the striker, who scored a hat-trick while on loan at Burslem last season, says he has too much “respect” for manager Micky Adams, the players and Vale supporters to celebrate if he scores against the Valiants.
Madjo told the Western Morning News: “I really did enjoy my time at Port Vale. Micky Adams, the manager, gave me a chance to show what I’m about. He took me on loan after I had been at Stevenage and not played two games in a row and put me in the team.
“I have to thank him for that, and I’m really looking forward to playing against him, but there will be no celebration if I score.
“I have so much respect for Micky Adams and everyone at Port Vale.”