MILLWALL boss Kenny Jackett says his players are "full of enthusiasm" heading into a crucial week of their season – which starts with a trip to Elland Road on Saturday.
The Lions face a Championship double-header against Leeds United and Wolves before welcoming Blackburn Rovers to The Den for an FA Cup quarter-final next weekend.
And Jackett is relishing what could prove to be a make-or-break period for the club this campaign.
He told NewsAtDen: "It should be an exciting end to the season for us if we can get our form right. The next week-and-a-half for Millwall, a relatively small club in the Championship, is fantastic.
"We go to Elland Road on Saturday, play Wolves at home on Tuesday before an FA Cup quarter-final against Blackburn at The Den. I'm looking forward to it and the players are full of enthusiasm."
Millwall kick-off a hectic eight days against Leeds and Jackett believes manager Neil Warnock, whose side are ninth in the table, made some wise acquisitions during the January transfer window.
"Leeds have improved of late," Jackett said. "Obviously Steve Morison is a good addition and I think Ross McCormack is a good partner for him. They've changed their midfield slightly too.
"David Norris is back and Michael Tonge is new to the club. Warnock at left-back has been another addition so they look like they have a bit more competition and have strengthened their group.
"They'll be eyeing the play-offs now and hoping to get a bit of momentum going into the last dozen games. Leeds away is always a great game given the size of the ground and the club."
With Chris Taylor fit again, Shane Lowry available after suspension and loan signing George Saville added to the squad, Jackett must decide whether to change the team that beat Middlesbrough.
He said: "You have to move on after every game but it is a nicer problem to have than the ones I've had recently. With the back-end of the season coming up, we want as many players fit and available.
"It's important that I find the right combinations in all areas of the pitch because the side has been regenerated a little bit since Christmas – a club always needs to freshen up and step on."