Samson returned to Rugby Park this summer after eight years away with the likes of Dundee United, Ross County, Hereford, Ayr and, most recently, St Mirren.
The 29-year-old only made one first-team appearance in his first spell at the club but his Rugby Park education set him up for a career that has included Scotland recognition, most recently when he was named in the squad to face Belgium and Macedonia next month.
And Samson, whose team host Hibernian in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday, is keen to pass on his knowledge to the latest crop of Killie keepers.
Samson said: "It's a bit different coming back here having played games.
"If I can pass on my knowledge to any of the young goalkeepers then I'd be delighted to do that
"There is a lot of talented youngsters here.
"When I was here before, Gordon Marshall, Colin Meldrum and Jim Stewart were brilliant for me and set me up in my career."
Manager Allan Johnston inherited a youthful squad when he replaced Kenny Shiels but he has been adding experience with Mark Stewart and Barry Nicholson joining before last weekend's 1-1 draw at St Mirren Park.
Samson said: "We have some experienced boys in there.
"Mani Pascali is a character and we have guys like James Fowler, Kris Boyd, Sammy Clingan, myself, Paul Heffernan.
"The manager has been gradually adding experience but we have a good mix.
"There are some really talented boys here who have big futures in the game but the manager will use them sparingly. Young boys can't play 30 to 40 games a season."
Killie and Hibs are both looking for their first wins of the season and Samson believes his team are on the right direction after draws with St Johnstone and St Mirren.
"We were disappointing on the opening day against Aberdeen but the last two games have been good," he said.
"We are looking for three points against Hibs."