YEOVIL boss Gary Johnson insists his side are not afraid of entering the Lions' Den ahead of their first-ever match in the Championship.
And Johnson, who guided the Glovers to promotion from League One via the play-offs last season, says all eyes will be on new Millwall manager Steve Lomas during Saturday's game.
"The pressure is not so much on us as it is on Millwall," Johnson said. "When there is a new manager that comes in, he brings in his own group of staff and players, so the fans will be sitting there, watching and judging because they're at home.
"It looks like there have been some decent signings there and the squad improved over the weeks. I am sure Steve feels he is starting with a group that can get results at this level.
"It might have been a baptism of fire if we hadn't just had two play-off semi-finals against Sheffield United and then a final at Wembley. That was pressure. I always love going to Millwall – the banter there is first class.
"I look forward to it; I turn up and get called all names under the sun, as well as 'farmer' and 'carrot cruncher' – but I'm more of a London boy than most of them! I just smile and enjoy it. It will be a good test for us early on – but we won't be daunted by it."