KENNY Jackett does not want Millwall to be relying on other results when they bid to seal their Championship status against Derby County on the final day of the season.
The Lions will be relegated to League One if they lose to the Rams, Peterborough and Barnsley win and Sheffield Wednesday avoid defeat at home to Middlesbrough.
And whilst that looks an extremely unlikely set of results, with bookmakers offering odds of 46/1 for them to come in, Jackett would rather his side got the job done themselves at Pride Park.
Jackett told NewsAtDen: "It's all about ourselves – how we play and our performance. We're looking for a winning formula and a performance that can win the game. Our away record has been good.
"We haven't been out of games at all, our performances away have been fine and we need another big one now. It is in our hands and we want to take responsibility.
"Whilst we're looking at what happens around the country, our build-up inside the club must be on doing well at Derby and finishing the season off strongly.
"If we do well, win and stay up, that will have been down to us and you always want it to be that way rather than relying on other results to go for you. I don't want us to worry about other games."
Jackett hinted that Crystal Palace loanee Jermaine Easter, who was ineligible to face his parent club in midweek, could be named in his startling line-up to face Nigel Clough's side.
"Goalscoring has been a problem but we all have to take responsibilty for that and we have to give our forwards service that they can thrive on," Jackett said.
"We have one game to turn that around. It's a game that means a hell of a lot to the club. Jermaine's an experienced player with a goalscoring record. We definitely have to consider him."
Liam Trotter returned from a knee injury against the Eagles as a second-half substitute and may be in contention to play from the first whistle.
"We will assess Liam over the next couple of days but, yes, there is a chance [he could start]," Jackett said. "We hope he's fit and available. He trained on Thursday and we'll see how he feels.
"Getting the knee going, it cooling down and then stiffening up at half-time could be a problem for us. You need to keep it going with adrenaline. But it has improved slightly.
"There is a possibility of him playing but we will be constantly reviewing the situation. James Henry's hamstring injury will definitely rule him out of this one."