KENNY Jackett believes attacking performances will be the key to Millwall's survival chances.
The Lions have won four of their last six games on the road and travel to promotion-chasing Cardiff on Saturday knowing they can take a signifiant step towards Championship survival with a win.
However, boss Jackett is less concerned with Millwall's contrasting home and away form and more focused on reproducing his side's recent attacking performances.
"I do think there's been an increase in the chances we've been creating and the goals that we've scored," he told the club's official site.
"We're creating chances in every game at the moment – there were spells earlier in the season when we were very sterile in the final third of the pitch. That has improved and it needs to continue to improve if we are to pick up points.
"Our away form has been good but so have our performances at home. If you look at the Southampton and Leeds games, we've been unlucky not to get any points – decisions against us have been the key.
"I do think our home form is going to change but whether we're playing at home or away, our performance levels need to stay high.
"This is a massive game for us. We need to move on from the Leeds result, maintain several things from that performance and make sure the determination is there to get the result."