KENNY Jackett believes Millwall need at least three wins to secure their Championship status for next season after a miserable run of form.
And Jackett admits there will have to be a drastic improvement on that performance in the coming months if his side are to remain in the second tier for another campaign.
He said: "You'd probably say we need 53 points. I would think that would be enough, but that's an estimate – it is always hard to tell.
"On Tuesday's performance, we need to do a lot. What I would say is there are more than enough games to do it, we know that. There are 11 more games. But we were sub-standard against Wolves."
Jackett was infuriated by Millwall's lack of fight against Wolves and claimed the Lions had rolled over and accepted defeat on too many occasions this season.
"If you have a bad first 20 minutes, you have to bounce back," he said. "If you go a goal behind, you don't fall away and you come back – it's only 1-0.
"And it was only 2-0 going into the last 15 minutes – naturally Wolves were going to be nervous, they had to be given the position they are in at the moment.
"If we have a run at them and get one back, why can't we win a game 3-2 from a poor position? Too many times we just fall away and we did that again."