MILLWALL boss Kenny Jackett believes a confidence boost is all Andy Keogh needs to rediscover his clinical touch in front of goal this season.
Keogh has scored just two goals since the international break in November – his last coming against Bolton from the penalty spot eight games ago.
The Republic of Ireland international spent a month on the sidelines with a broken toe at the turn of the year and has looked noticeably short of belief since his return to action.
But Jackett told NewsAtDen: "I am very confident Andy can come through this. He has missed some big chances recently – early in the game at Barnsley and a couple against Luton Town.
"There have been others as well and the player lexapro generic liquid will be more aware of those than anyone. As much work as a forward does, there is only one thing that gives you confidence and that is scoring.
"It is funny how that final finish can make such a big difference with other areas of a player's game. That does happen and I think that's the case with Andy at the moment.
"I don't think our forwards really fired against Peterborough – both Andy and Rob Hulse did a hell of a lot of running but they didn't have the shots I was looking for from my front two in a home game.
"But Andy will continue to work at it, he'll get goals and he'll come through it."