FRED Onyedinma says Millwall are targeting three wins in a crucial seven days for the club.
The Lions face successive away trips to Crewe on Saturday followed by Port Vale four days later, before Southend visit The Den on September 19.
There are just four points covering the four sides in Sky Bet League One and Onyedinma said the squad met on Thursday where boss Neil Harris outlined his expectations for the next week.
“We had a team meeting and he was saying how we could get all nine points from three games,” the 18-year-old attacker told Lions Live. “The win against Peterborough helped us with confidence as well, winning a game finally at home.
“Even though we haven’t been winning games this season we have all stuck together and that’s what you need.
“When you see games like the one against Barnsley, even though we lost it could have gone either way. Obviously we lost against Coventry, which was quite poor, but I think if we’d won against Barnsley it could have helped us with the next game.
“The last game was really important because it relieves pressure on the manager and the players as well. The fans pay to come and watch us at home and if we’re not winning it’s not good for anyone.”
Onyedinma, who is Millwall’s joint top scorer this season with two goals, also revealed that if a big club came calling he would prefer to continue his football development with Harris.
“That’s a very difficult question when you think about it,” he admitted when asked if he would consider an offer. “If a big club came it’s a big opportunity, but I’m young and if I get 100 or 50 games under my belt that’s (ideal) for someone so young, whereas if you leave too soon (you might not get that).
“I just want to play as many games as I can, a full professional season, and try to get at least 10 goals. That’s my aim.”