LIAM Feeney says Millwall must make amends for their defeat to Leicester City with a much-improved display against Nottingham Forest on Tuesday night.
The Lions put up little resistance as they were beaten 3-0 at the King Power Stadium at the weekend but can redeem themselves with a win over Forest under the lights at The Den.
"Tuesday is a chance for us to right the wrongs," Feeney said. "We're at home and we owe it to ourselves, the club and the fans to put on a performance that gets us a win."
639 Millwall fans travelled to the Midlands on Saturday to watch their side be put to the sword by the table-topping Foxes, who had 30 efforts on goal – one every three minutes.
"That doesn't make good reading for anyone," Feeney added. "30 shots is very unusual and it goes to show how wrong we got it. We gifted them a lot of shots and three poor goals.
"It's hard to pinpoint individuals or individual units. We go out there as a team and often it's a string of errors all over the field that lead to goals going in.
"They were bad mistakes for the goals, the timings of the goals were bad – it just all went wrong. We shouldn't be conceding the second goal five seconds after our own set piece.
"We had a couple of warnings in the first half when they broke on us, so we spoke about it at half time but they then scored on their first counter attack. That was a killer for us.
"Leicester played really well on the day and they are top of the league for a reason, but we did them a lot of favours and didn't do ourselves justice.
"That's a big disappointment. It's hard to take any positives when the game goes like that."