Gus Poyet is looking forward to a trip to his old stomping ground when Brighton head to Swindon in the Capital One Cup.
The Seagulls boss began his coaching career at the County Ground under Dennis Wise, and will now come up against colourful Swindon chief Paolo Di Canio when the sides meet in the first round in August.
"It will be very nice to go back to the place where I started as a coach and see so many of the people who were at the club when I was there with Dennis Wise," Poyet told Brighton's official website.
"I'm sure it will be an interesting game against Swindon, who will be preparing for League One after coming up as champions.
"There is no doubt it will be a tough game for us. Paolo Di Canio has done a fine job there in his first full season and I am sure he will want to continue that progression."
The tie could also see Alan Navarro come up against Brighton after reports suggest Swindon are set to sign Brighton midfielder. It is thought Navarro met with Di Canio last week to discuss a move to the County Ground.