West Ham United's Sunday Barclays Premier League clash with cross-London rivals Queens Park Rangers is the centre of attention in Friday's newspapers and website coverage.
QPR's former West Ham goalkeeper Robert Green's interview with the Hoops' official website is the source of a number of stories, with the 34-year-old relishing his return to the Boleyn Ground this weekend.
The Evening Standard concentrates on Green's hope that he will be afforded a warm welcome to the stadium where he spent six seasons between the sticks between 2006-12.
Elsewhere in the same publication, Green's former West Ham team-mate Winston Reid is concentrating on keeping a first clean sheet of the season against Harry Redknapp's side.
Online, Football League World speculates that Bolton Wanderers may reunite Hammers striker Elliot Lee with former team-mate Rob Hall at the Championship club.
Column-wise, Julian Shea's fan blog in the Metro concentrates on the 'self-belief' running through the squad following a tricky September that saw the Hammers draw at Hull City, beat Liverpool and edged out narrowly at Manchester United.