Luca Toni says he won't hesitate in celebrating should he score for Juventus against former club Fiorentina.
The two fierce rivals face each other at the Franchi on Sunday in what is a must-win game for Champions League chasing Juve.
"It won't be just any old game for me," the 2006 World Cup winner told Tuttosport. "I had two exceptional seasons at Fiorentina.
"However, should I score against them then I will celebrate because celebrating is not lacking respect to your former fans."
Toni played for the Viola between 2005 and 2007, scoring 49 League goals in the process for the Tuscan giants.
There is a chance that Toni could start, alongside Alessandro Matri, following his winner against Genoa last weekend.
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