MILLWALL midfielder James Henry is convinced that he and his teammates have what it takes to stay in the Championship this season.
Henry, who has been a revelation in recent weeks after playing second fiddle to Liam Feeney for most of the campaign, believes the Lions have a good enough squad to get themselves out of trouble.
Fellow strugglers Bristol City, Nottingham Forest and Coventry City all have home fixtures this evening, which puts added pressure on Kenny Jackett's side to get all three points at Peterborough and avoid being sucked further into the relegation mire.
"Everyone in there feels we are good enough to get out of the situation we are in,” Henry told London24.
“We don't want to be looking over our shoulder worrying about what other teams are doing. We need to focus on what we do. We want to push on and get as far away from the bottom three as possible and we believe that we are good enough to do that
"We can forget about [Saturday's defeat to Reading] quickly and move on to tonight and pick up three points at Peterborough.
"I’m 100 per cent confident that we'll be playing Championship football next season."