KENNY Jackett has warned his players against complacency ahead of Millwall's trip to Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
The Lions, who were buoyed by a much-needed victory at Peterborough in midweek, are unbeaten in their last four away matches.
But Jackett has urged his side to take nothing for granted when they arrive at the City Ground for tomorrow's basement battle.
"The Peterborough game is gone now and we have to push that away very quickly," he told the club's official website.
"Looking at the table this is a massive game for both clubs. It's a massive game for us. Wins breed confidence but we have to make sure they don't breed complacency as well. The number one aim is to avoid relegation and the sooner we get to 50 points, the better.
"Forest are a massive club and when you look through their playing staff they have considerable experience of the division. There's some big names and very good players.
"We'll analyse them and pay them every respect, but the main thing for me is my own team's performance
"We want to finish this season optimistically, with a good vibe and good performances that take us into next season."