"This will be my first time back at Birmingham and I'm looking forward to it, seeing the boys I used to play with," said Muamba, who is also preparing to start the third year of his accountancy degree in November.
"I never had any problem with anyone over there - the manager, chairman, or Karren (Brady, managing director).
"I enjoyed my time while I was there but this is a different chapter in my life.
"Saturday is the most important thing now, we have to take the West Ham game on and try to get some points.
"Hopefully I can go out there and show what I can do. I am playing around people who have been and done it in the game at Bolton, whereas while I was at Birmingham the squad was less experienced."