STRIKER Rob Hulse believes Millwall are coming close to finding the sort of form that pushed them into the play-off positions earlier in the season.
The Lions, who are without a win in their last three league matches and have not managed to score a goal in that time, slipped to tenth in the Championship table after defeat to Hull City on Saturday.
But QPR loanee Hulse is confident that a slice of luck is all Millwall need to get back on track. He told NewsAtDen: "I thought we were good against Hull, we were just a little bit unlucky.
"It was a poor goal that separated the two teams – it was just one mistake, and other than that there was not a lot in it really. We were chasing the game a bit so we were forced to go back to front.
"We were much better in the second-half and we were unlucky that something didn't fall our way. If we can get on the end of little knock-downs in the box, the goals will come.
"We had a bad bobble with James Henry's one-on-one – I don't like saying it, but we just need a little bit of luck and things will change. Hopefully, we can go on a little run of winning games.
"There are always stages in a season where a club goes through small blips. Millwall had a really good start to the season and we have shown that we are a good side and we can score goals.
"I am sure that will happen again, we have to keep working hard and try to create as many chances as we can. I know we can play – I have seen the lads in training and they are good players.
"There is a good squad here so we need to put the work in and hopefully score some goals."