IAN Holloway is planning an all-out assault on Birmingham this evening – and is calling on Millwall fans to roar his side to a vital victory.
The Lions boss admits his relegation-threatened side will soon be drinking in the last-chance saloon if they do not claim a positive result against the Blues at The Den.
And so Holloway, whose side have scored seven goals in his 13 games in charge, will throw caution to the wind with his team selection and tactics as he goes in search of a win.
But he believes that it is absolutely crucial that the home fans get right behind his troops – and intimidate Lee Clarke's visitors – by generating an old-fashioned Millwall atmosphere.
Speaking ahead of the game, Ollie said: "Let's make it an absolute fortress at home. We are in a race and the race isn't over until we reach the finishing line.
"We need our fans to sing like they've never sung before to help my team be brave enough to get us over that line and get the points we need.
"It is a siege mentality now. I am going to have to look at our structure, get it forward and put their back four under pressure as much as we can and make a difference.
"I need our fans to make the young Birmingham team we are going to be playing frightened to death – I don't mean physically, I just mean mentally.
"I want them quaking in their boots and I am going to unleash a wrath of hell on them – fire and brimstone.
"What I mean by that is the ball is going to be towards their back line all of the time, we are going to be pushed up behind it, we're going to get it in the box and try to score some goals.
"With a win, everything will change around.
"I'm going to have to look at how we finished that game the other day and we might have to start like that. We need to be together as one.
"I'm starting to get this now – this situation isn't right. When you don't get what you want in life, do you sit and cry? Or do you get fired up and do something about it?
"That's the time now, we're all together and everybody who wears a Millwall badge tonight is fighting for the same cause.
"I don't care what the score is or how the game goes, we need to fight until the final whistle.
"I want their team to be so petrified because the roar of our crowd is so loud, louder than it has ever been before. That's Millwall and we need that right now.
"I do not care how the rest of the season has gone, it's about now. Let's wipe the blackboard clear. We need a lot more points to stay up and we need something from this game.
"I want Birmingham to know that we are after them. I need the fans to be with us and for their players to be frightened, not my own players.
"If anything goes wrong, I do not want anyone moaned at or jeered, I want the referee and the opposition to be put under pressure by our crowd."