CAPTAIN Paul Robinson dedicated Millwall's battling draw at Cardiff to club legend Barry Kitchener.
Both teams wore black armbands in the Welsh capital after Kitchener passed away on Friday following a short battle with cancer.
And the Lions' dogged defensive performance against the play-off chasing Bluebirds was a fitting tribute to Millwall's all-time appearance record holder, according to Robinson.
“I hope to beat Barry’s record," he told reporters after the 0-0 draw.
"He was a massive icon for this club and a big part of our history.
“No one had a bad word to say about him which speaks volumes for the man. He’s a big role model for modern-day players and the clean sheet was a fitting tribute to him.”