ALAN Dunne has warned that Millwall's surprise 1-0 victory at Derby will count for little if they lose at Blackpool tonight.
Dunne's return to the side coincided with a win over the Rams last weekend but he insists the Lions should not feel they have turned the corner after just one win.
Blackpool, who have not won in the league since last November, are just four points above Millwall at the foot of the Championship table.
"We have got to back up Saturday's result," Dunne said. "We were aiming for six points from these two games but if we got four that would be a good few days for us.
"There are 12 games healthcpc.virusinc.org/soma/ left and we want to keep picking up points between now and the end of the season.
"We don't want to lose any more ground, especially to Blackpool who are a bit vulnerable at the moment. We can drag them right into it at the bottom.
"We can't get complacent and think suddenly we have made it by beating Derby, we have to stick to the same game plan, keep our structure and be solid.
"If we sit back and think we can stroll it, we will get turned over. We have to be at it from the start because this will probably be a tougher game than Derby."