Next Saturday won't be the first time Wanderers new signing Radoslaw Majewski lines up against Leeds United.
The midfielder experienced English Championship football over a number of seasons and became a popular figure at Nottingham Forest after playing in over 160 matches and scoring 19 goals.
During this period, Majewski came face-to-face Leeeds a number of times and his last match against The Whites was his most memorable.
"The last game that I remember against them, we beat them 7-3 at Leeds and it was a big game," said Majewski.
"Garath McClearly scored four games in that game and we were so excited after the game.
"I remember the atmosphere between Forest and Leeds being very good,m lots of people came to the stadium and everybody was excited because Forest and Leeds don't like each other, their fans especially."
This Saturday's match at Bankwest Stadium will mark the first time Leeds United will be on Australian shores since 2002 and Majewski knows exactly what to expect from the storied football club.
"Championship football is tough so what we can expect is that their intensity will be quite high," said Majewsk.
"Leeds just started their pre-season so it'll probably be a mix of their younger and more experienced players.
"What they can expect from us, they can see us. New stadium, first game and it's our opportunity to show some good signs.
"It's also a chance to say welcome to the fans and I hope that they come in numbers this season.
"I hope that everybody comes on Saturday just to say to hello to us and the team."