AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is relishing meeting his former team Barcelona in the Champions League on Wednesday, but insists it will be just like any other game.
There was no return to the Nou Camp for Ibrahimovic in September as he was injured for the 2-2 opening draw between the sides.
In an interview with UEFA, Ibrahimovic says, "Playing against a former team is nothing personal. Of course it's emotional, a big game, but in the end it's like any other game. There's no need to over-hype it."
Ibrahimovic spent just a season at Barcelona after a much-hyped move from Inter Milan in 2009.
Milan is two points behind Barcelona in Group H, with two games left to play. Both teams are already through to the knockout stages.