MILLWALL captain Tony Craig says the squad are aware of the standards supporters expect of them as they aim to bounce back from Saturday’s defeat to Coventry against Barnsley tonight.
And he promised the players will be “fighting for the shirt” when they take on the Tykes.
“Millwall fans won’t accept the performance (on Saturday) and they certainly won’t accept people giving up," he said. "It was just one of those days.
“The disappointment hits you first and foremost and you’ve got to look at the boys and make sure their heads don’t drop.
“But we win together and we lose together. Losing 4-0 at home is very disappointing, especially the manner of the first half.
“It was one of those days when what went wrong… well, everything went wrong.
“I’ve had results like that before but you’ve just got to take them on the chin and move on as quickly as possible. For us, it’s coming at a good time on Tuesday.
"We’re wounded at the moment.
“Unfortunately that’s the profession we’re in, you have good times and bad times. But we’ve got great characters in the squad, we’re all in it together and we know what the consequences are.
“We’ll be fighting for the shirt come Tuesday.
“The gaffer’s got major decisions to make and the boys who haven’t been involved are putting their names forward now and quite rightly so after a performance like that.”