JOSH Wright believes Millwall are capable of beating table-topping Southampton for a second time this season.
The Saints travel to The Den this Satuday for a match of critical importance at both ends of the table, and Wright says the Lions will take great confidence from their recent FA Cup scalp at St. Mary's.
Kenny Jackett's side pulled off an impressive 3-2 win in last month's fourth-round replay between the two sides.
"We have shown that we can beat sides like Southampton," Wright told the club's official website.
"I've said for a long time that anyone in this division is beatable, especially coming to our place. We want to try and get our home form on track now and it's up to us to go and do that – it's going to be a tough test but we can beat them.
"We are going to work hard in training this week and go into the game with confidence. We beat them only a matter of weeks ago and we will look to do it again."