The Sky Blues skipper was sent off the last time the teams met, but vowed not to hold back in the vital top-of-the-table clash.
"You can't [hold back], and I don't think the fans would want it," said Kompany.
"I don't think it's possible to do it. I have not been the player I am now for two years - I have been that player since I started playing football 20 years ago."
City go into Monday's game three points behind their table-topping rivals with a superior goal difference.