On Monday afternoon, just after it was announced that Jonny Wilkinson would start for England in this Saturday's Calcutta Cup match at Twickenham, the first thing that jumped into every red-blooded Scotsman's mind was: 'Who will get him first?'
As Scotland's open-side flanker, Kelly Brown must be most peoples' favourite to administer that rather unfriendly welcome home tackle at some point during the opening stages of Wilkinson's long awaited return to the international scene.
But Brown insists that Wilkinson - who kicked the drop goal which won England the World Cup in 2003 - will receive exactly the same treatment as any other white-shirted player who crosses his path on Saturday afternoon.
'After the first scrum I'll definitely fly up on him and try to get him man-and-ball, but I would do that regardless of who I was playing against. This is international rugby and he deserves no more special attention than anyone else because of who he is. Any player would get the same treatment,' said the 24-year-old Scottish Borders player.
'Just because he has had injuries in the past doesn't mean I am going to give him special treatment this weekend - that's just not my style.
'So, if I get a chance to smash him, then I will - but I'm not specifically going out there to target doing that.
'I don't try to play differently depending on who the opposition is. I just play what is in front of me.
'If I get the chance I'll take it, but I'm not going out there to specifically target him - I would be exactly the same if I was playing Wales or Ireland or whoever.
'He's such a good pro that you know he's going to be fully fit - it's as simple as that. The injuries he has picked up have all been different, so there is nothing chronic there.'