MILLWALL boss Ian Holloway says his side face a "very, very tough test" against a resurgent Sheffield Wednesday at The Den tonight.
Caretaker manager Stuart Gray, above, has been handed the Owls job on a permanent basis after leading the Hillsborough club on a eight-match unbeaten run in recent weeks.
The Lions can leapfrog Wednesday in the table with a win as they bid to avoid being sucked into the drop zone, with fellow strugglers Charlton and Doncaster also playing each other.
Holloway, who was linked with the vacant position at the Yorkshire club before he took over in south London, believes Gray's full-time appointment was just reward for recent results.
"He deserved to get the job because he has done really well there," Holloway said. "They're a fantastic club, Stuart's got them playing well, so it's going to be a very, very tough test.
"They will go from back to front very quickly with generic lexapro lawsuit Atdhe Nuhiu up top – I almost signed him for Crystal Palace in the summer – so we'll have to deal with that.
"We'll have to deal with that and then hurt them. I can't wait to get going because this is all we've been talking about for the past ten days, and the lads have enjoyed coming into work.
"Of course it's a big game because of where we both are in the table, but every single game we have got left this season is a big game.
"I don't like looking at the table but our position right now is a fact.
"I want us to look bright and fresh. We put in a terrific performance to beat Ipswich, who turned over Reading last weekend, and should have won more comfortably.
"Our energy was bigger and better than theirs, and that's got to be the case again. That is the minimum that I ask of the players."