PAUL Robinson is relishing Saturday's south London derby against Charlton.
Millwall can move six points clear of their local rivals, who are rooted to the bottom of the Championship, with a win – but defeat would leave the Lions in the relegation zone.
With so much at stake, Robinson says he cannot wait for kick off to come around.
"It is a massive game but it is even bigger now because we are both fighting for points at the wrong end of the table," he said.
"It is a great opportunity for us to put some distance between us and them in the table. It'll be a fantastic atmosphere and I'm really looking forward to it."
The Lions have enjoyed plenty of success against the Addicks down the years, recording 33 wins to Charlton's 11, but Robinson insists history counts for nothing.
"They'll be looking at the other angle and thinking that they're due a win," he said.
"We have to make sure we're at it and take full advantage of playing at The Den.
"We want the atmosphere to be red-hot and we as players have to maximise that and bring the fans into play.
"We want it to be a difficult afternoon for Charlton. It's a game that gets the pulses racing."