STEVE Lomas is keeping his feet firmly on the ground despite kick-starting his Millwall reign with two morale-boosting victories last week.
Much-needed wins over Blackpool and Charlton have raised spirits at The Den, but Lomas has challenged his squad to maintain recent high standards when Leeds United travel to SE16 on Saturday.
"We're not getting carried away," Lomas said. "It's great that we responded to the Derby result in the right way, although I did feel our early results had put us in a bit of a false position.
"We deserved more points but sometimes in this league you don't get what you deserve.
"But we're not stupid enough to rest on our laurels now – we have to kick on. The challenge for the boys is three straight wins, which is a tough, tough ask in the Championship.
"It's nice to get a settled team – it certainly helps montauk-monster.com/pharmacy/xanax us."
Leeds lost 2-0 to Newcastle United in the Capital One Cup last night, giving Lomas' troops the benefit of a full week's rest.
"I suppose you could say that," he said. "No matter what, we have got to focus on ourselves and not think too much about Leeds.
"We've got an opportunity to win three games on the bounce, which is a great challenge. They've got some good players, like all Championship clubs.
Lomas is confident that Scott Malone and Scott McDonald, who both sustained minor knocks at The Valley, will be fit to face Brian McDermott's side.
McDonald, who scored his first Millwall goal against the Addicks, believes games against Leeds take on the intensity of a local rivalry.
"It is like a derby – I have watched Millwall play Leeds on the telly a few times and they're pretty feisty games," he said. "I am looking forward to being a part of that."