BACK-to-back defeats have not dented Millwall's confidence ahead of Tuesday's crunch clash with Yeovil Town, Martyn Woolford has insisted.
The Lions top scorer's sixth goal of the season could not prevent a 3-1 defeat at Burnley last weekend, a result which followed a home loss to Reading in the previous game.
But heads have not dropped at The Den despite recent results and Woolford says that boss Ian Holloway has kept the dressing room in high spirits.
"Yeovil a big game," Woolford said. "We went to Burnley hoping for three points, but we've got a chance now to put that result behind us and against a team around us in the league.
"It's a good game to have coming up and we're looking forward to it. We're confident that we can get something from the game.
"The dressing room is staying positive. We went through the video footage of what went wrong against Burnley and we've got to learn from our mistakes.
"We're tactically ready for Yeovil and we're in a good frame of mind too."
He added: "It's a quick turnaround after Saturday.
"We worked hard on Monday, putting in plenty of time in the video room and on the field, and we'll be making sure the same enthusiasm carries into our performance."
Woolford put Millwall ahead in the 27th minute at Turf Moor but that lead lasted just two minutes, and Burnley were 2-1 in front before half time.
"For the majority of the first half, I thought we were doing really well," Woolford said
"The timing of the goals conceded killed us a little bit, especially letting one in just after we had scored and then right on half time.
"The manager has stressed to us that when we do score, or after we concede, that we stick to the things we are doing and concentrate on keeping the right shape and things like that.
"He's highlighted a few things that we took our eye off of after going in front."