IAN Holloway has prepared Millwall for "every scenario" ahead of their FA Cup third round replay against Bradford City tonight.
The sides drew 3-3 at The Den 11 days ago and the tie will go to extra time and possibly penalties if they are deadlocked again at Valley Parade.
The winner will face Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in round four.
"This is a one-off game and we've prepared for every scenario," Holloway said.
"We've got to go out there and prove ourselves.
"The lads are right up for it – they've been bright in training this week but that doesn't count for anything yet.
"It's hard to remember the last time we won and we need to get that feeling back somehow."
Assessing his selection options, Holloway added: "I can only select from the squad of players that were eligible the first time we played them.
"But I can add Lee Gregory because he's fit this time so that will strengthen us.
"I've got to pick a team that has some confidence and we've talked about a change of shape to help our lads."
Striker Ricardo Fuller will be included in the squad after he apologised for gesturing to supporters at Blackpool on Saturday.
"We've got to stick together, work hard and make sure everybody's up for it," Holloway said.
"Ric's made a mistake but I've got to play him again so let's stick with him. It's about passion and I need to see that from everybody.
"Hopefully we'll start to see things changing because they need to.
"I feel for the supporters but this is my livelihood and I'm hurting just as much as they are."