ROB Hulse insists he is confident that Millwall's strikers will start scoring again after a barren spell stretching back to the turn of the year.
The Lions' striking department has produced just three league goals in 2013 and they drew another blank in the goalless draw with Ipswich Town on Easter Monday.
But Hulse, whose close-range effort was clawed away by Tractor Boys' goalkeeper Scott Loach in the second-half at The Den, is refusing to be downbeat.
He said: "It's just not happening at the moment for the strikers – we have been a little bit unlucky but there are always stages like this in a season. We've just got to keep going and things will turn.
"I have gone past worrying about scoring. You are asked to do a job for the team – sometimes it can be difficult playing one up front on your own and you're reliant on service and chances.
"Sooner or later something will drop and then the goals won't stop going in. That goes for everyone – all of the lads. We aren't scoring a lot of goals at the moment but we have to keep believing.
"When I first came in, we couldn't keep a clean sheet to save our lives and we have just kept five in a row – so we will take the positives from that."
Despite picking up four points from a possible six over the Bank Holiday weekend, Millwall could yet be dragged into a relegation battle if they take their eye off the ball in the Championship.
But Hulse is determined to prevent the Lions' FA Cup semi-final against Wigan later this month from becoming a distraction – and wants to secure safety sooner rather than later.
"I hate it when I hear people talking about Wembley," he said. "I am just not interested in that at the moment. I don't want to talk about it because I want to get on with making sure we're safe.
"We're not safe yet so everybody is working towards that first and foremost. Everyone wants to play at Wembley but the only way of doing that is to perform week in, week out.
"I've never seen the Championship like this. There's a lot of teams in and around there – but that is good. It's exciting to watch and it keeps everyone on their toes. Wembley will take care of itself."