MIDFIELDER Lewis Cook is unconcerned by the reception he might receive when Cherries take on Huddersfield Town on Sunday.

The ex-Leeds United youngster featured in four West Yorkshire derbies against the Terriers when representing his former club.

Cook emerged victorious on three occasions and lost once. He was a late substitute when Cherries beat David Wagner’s side 4-0 at Vitality Stadium in November.

Asked what reaction he felt he may get from the home fans at John Smith’s Stadium, Cook told the Daily Echo: “I don’t know, I’m not really bothered.

“It might be bad, it might be good, we will see. It’s part of football.

“If I get the chance to play I will be delighted and we will look for another win to keep the momentum going.

“I will spend a bit of time with my family after the game and it will be nice to be back up there again in the cold!”

He added: “Huddersfield are a good outfit, they work hard and have quality which we have to be aware of.

“The fans are good there and they get behind them, so we have to play our game.”