DARIUS Henderson is refusing to take the credit for Millwall's mini-revival – putting the team's recent rise in form down to hard work instead.
The Lions striker, who took his goal tally for the season to 15 in all competitions with a hat-trick against Barnsley on Saturday, has played down the impact of his return to the side.
"I think we all agree that we haven't been good enough this season," he told Millwall's official website. "We've continued to work hard and we will still do that and hopefully our form will pick up and we will start scoring more goals and conceding less.
"I'm delighted on a personal level, however I think we will all agree that the game was a massive game for us and we needed the three points and fortunately we got them."
"Last season I was out for 11 months and it made me fall back in love with the game. My dedication to football at the moment has never been better and I just want to carry on improving and scoring goals for Millwall."