KENNY Jackett insists Millwall will not go to Wembley just to enjoy the occasion after setting up an FA Cup semi-final against Wigan Athletic.
The Lions will play Roberto Martinez's side in the last four of the competition in April and Jackett has called on his players to focus on the match rather than the euphoria surrounding it.
Danny Shittu sealed Millwall's passage to the national stadium with the winner in their quarter-final replay against Blackburn Rovers on Wednesday.
"Playing at Wembley will be a great experience," Jackett said. "We'll start planning for it straight away. It is a big game for us and it is a great achievement for us to get there.
"But we want to go to Wembley and do well because Wembley is about winners. But we understand that it will be a tough game against Wigan, who are a very talented side.
"What we've also got to do is make sure we stay in the league because, while we are concentrating on the cup, and that's been the second-half of our season, we've slipped into danger.
"We have been inconsistent in our performances and while I'm very, very pleased tonight we have a big test against Charlton on Saturday and we have to continue to win in the league."
Jackett felt the Lions could and should have won by a greater margin at Ewood Park but was happy with a second clean sheet in four days.
"We played very well," he added. "Scoring goals has been a problem for us and I felt in the second half we were in control and should have scored more.
"We need a little bit more confidence to find that final pass or to take something on. The game was there for us to win 2-0 or 3-0 and I think we are capable of that.
"We did it the hard way – to win 1-0 away from home and keep two successive clean sheets against Blackburn is terrific but our challenge is to put games to bed going forward."