Earlier this month, Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy said the team wouldn’t retire Brett Favre’s jersey this season because of concerns fans might boo the franchise legend, whose repeated retirement drama and eventual signing with the Minnesota Vikings left bitter memories at Lambeau Field.

But if there are booing worries, they’re not coming from Favre. He spoke about it on Monday with Carmen & Jurko of Chicago’s ESPN 1000:

“I’ve heard [the booing] was a concern of mine, and I’m here to tell you I’m not. I’m not worried about that. I’m well aware that you can’t please everyone. Not everyone’s going to like you regardless, and you know what, so be it. But I think the 16 years that I had in Green Bay speaks for itself.”

Favre, who stressed that he has a good relationship with Murphy, said he knows he played for two other teams, but feels that he’ll be remembered for his time in Green Bay. “I think the true Packer backers, which there are tons out there, feel the same way,” he said.