GEORGE Graham makes an emotional return to Highbury tomorrow - and admits he has no idea what reception he will get from the Arsenal fans. Graham led the Gunners to six major titles in his nine-year reign at Highbury before being sacked in February 1995 in the transfer 'bungs' scandal. Having served a one-year ban, Graham returned to football management at Leeds United on September 10 and takes his new club to North London in desperate need of Premiership points. Looking ahead to tomorrow's Match of the Day, Graham said: 'I'm looking forward to going back to Arsenal because I still have great affection for the club. 'I was there for 15 years as player and manager and have too many wonderful memories and too many friends to be bitter about what happened. 'It will be an emotional time for me because of all the success we had there but I don't know what to expect from the fans. 'I only hope I remember to go into the 'away' dressing room and not the 'home' one.' Under Graham, Arsenal won the championship twice (1989 and 1991), the FA Cup once (1993), the League Cup twice (1987 and 1993) and the European Cup Winners' Cup once (1994). When a Premier League Commission found him guilty of taking a 'bung' - a cut of GBP285,000 from the arranged transfer of John Jensen - and reported this to the Arsenal directors, the club sacked him on February 21, 1995. Five months later, an FA inquiry found him guilty of taking illegal payments amounting to GBP425,500 in 1991 and 1992 from Norwegian agent Rune Hauge in respect of the transfers of Pal Lydersen and Jensen to Arsenal. He was banned worldwide for 12 months. As Leeds boss, he is struggling to rediscover his old managerial magic as they have won only one of five league games and taken three points from a possible 15. He admits he would prefer to return to Highbury in a stronger position. 'We go there as underdogs because they are riding high and we are struggling and I would rather go back with Leeds challenging Arsenal near the top. 'But we will get there, sooner rather than later if I have anything to do with it.' Leeds are lacking in firepower with Tony Yeboah out until Christmas with a knee injury, Brian Deane also injured and Tomas Brolin staying away from the club after a loan period to FC Zurich and a holiday in Thailand. Graham has been linked with QPR's Trevor Sinclair and Middlesbrough's unsettled England international Nick Barmby, who is finding it difficult to play alongside Brazilians Juninho and Emerson. Sinclair and Barmby are both rated at around GBP5 million.