Date: 20th November 2012 at 1:56pm
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Sheffield United striker Shaun Miller won’t be celebrating if he scores against former club Crewe Alexandra at Bramall Lane this evening.

“Crewe’s is still the first result I look for after ours” – Shaun Miller

The 25-year-old completed a switch to South Yorkshire in a £70,000 move over the summer. He has since scored four times, including a brace during the 4-1 weekend win against Stevenage.

Miller readily admits it will feel particularly strange coming up against the club where he spent seventeen years and scored 42 goals in 191 appearances.

“I had been at Crewe since I was seven and to play for my local club made me and my family very proud,” he told This is Staffordshire. “I’m looking forward to the game. It was the first match I looked for on the fixtures, and it will be great to see some of the lads again. Crewe’s is still the first result I look for after ours.

“Will I celebrate if I score? That depends on what sort of reception I get!,” Miller added. “But joking aside, if I did score I wouldn’t rub anyone’s nose in it because I’ve got too much respect for Crewe to do that.”

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