JACK Smith says Millwall will travel to Blackburn Rovers full of confidence in their FA Cup quarter-final replay despite missing the chance to put the tie to bed.
The Lions, who face a semi-final date with Wigan Athletic at Wembley if they progress, created a host of chances but were held to a goalless draw by Rovers at The Den on Sunday.
Kenny Jackett's side now face a trip to Lancashire on Wednesday night for the replay and Smith says Millwall will take heart from their 2-0 league victory at Ewood Park in November.
"We thought we did enough to win the game," Smith said. "We had chances so maybe we've missed an opportunity. But I thought we were the better team so hopefully we'll carry that on.
"As a team we looked a bit more solid. After the Wolves defeat on Tuesday we needed a better start to get the fans back on side again. They were really good and gave us a boost.
"When we played Blackburn away we beat them 2-0 – we were the better team on that day as well so we go into the game with a bit of confidence. They haven't scored against us yet either.
"We know we'll create chances so hopefully we'll put a couple away this time. We still have a massive opportunity. It's a great incentive to get to Wembley."
And Smith believes the Lions' tactics may be better suited to playing on the road. He said: "With the way we are set up, with our formation and three in the middle, it might be easier to play away.
"We can contain them and then counter-attack. In both games against Blackburn this season I feel we have edged them both."