EDDIE Howe insists Burnley will not repeat their mistake of underestimating Millwall.
Kenny Jackett's side tore up the form book to record a 3-0 victory on their last visit to Turf Moor almost a year ago, and Clarets boss Howe is determined to make amends.
However, he is fully aware of the dangers that the Lions will pose to his play-off chasers.
"We got a harsh lesson last season against them at home, which was a disappointing result when we were really going well," he told the club's official website.
"That still sticks in the memory and I have full respect for Kenny Jackett as a manager and his ability to get the best out of players.
"Their away form has been very strong. They are probably set up to play on the counter attack and they have pace in wide areas so they are a dangerous side away from home and we can't under-estimate them.
"You know every game against Millwall is going to be difficult and you know they will fight for everything. We know what threat they will pose, but we hope our football will come out on top."