IAN Holloway is not fazed by the fact that Millwall would slip into the bottom three if teams below them in the table win their games in hand.
Charlton have played three fewer fixtures than the Lions, while Barnsley and Yeovil have two matches to catch up on following recent postponements.
But Holloway, when asked whether his side's position was skewed because they have played more games than their relegation rivals, said: "I don't care about anybody else.
"We've got to be better than three other teams. That is the remit. It's going to be tough. It was going to be tough because of the amount of games we've won already this season.
"I know there's enough games left for us to get enough points providing we start working and functioning as a unit and I think we are."
Holloway reiterated that he has been pleased with Millwall's recent performances, and in particular their resilience and fighting spirit.
"We've gone behind twice [against Bolton and Yeovil] and didn't show it this time," he said.
"That shocked me against Reading – we were so good against Reading and the second we made a mistake the whole ground emptied of buoyancy and we struggled to get it back.
"In the last couple of games I have seen us get stronger and stronger no matter what has happened and we certainly didn't get what we deserved at times.
"I want my attacking players to feel free and feel good about themselves because they're seeing some chances come their way now.
"Hopefully they'll start taking some of them."