IAN Holloway is hoping Millwall can produce a repeat of their against-the-odds win over Derby when they face play-off chasing Nottingham Forest tomorrow.
Despite failing to claim a single win from their last ten games, a run which led to the sacking of Billy Davies, Forest remain just two points off the top six.
Yesterday, the City Ground club announced that former captain Stuart Pearce will take over as their new manager at the end of the season.
While Pearce will not be in the dugout on Saturday, news of his arrival is sure to create a buzz among Forest fans.
But Holloway, whose side recorded a shock 1-0 victory against the Rams last month, said: "I don't know if there will be a party because a lot of their fans liked Billy Davies, didn't they?
"It's all about us because I don't care about Forest.
"We have got to get over the disappointment from our last game because that could be an important point when you look at the other results.
"We need to win some games and if we can win the next couple, it will put a whole different complexion on things.
"There are 21 points still to play for and we've been losing by the odd goal here and there, which is very frustrating, but who's to say that won't change?
"We have got two tough away matches coming up against Forest and Wigan, but we went to Derby and got a win so why can't we do it again?"
Forest caretaker Gary Brazil, who will take charge of his third game, said: "We know what we're going to be up against with Millwall.
"Ian will change formations during the game and we'll have to be tactically aware of what they're doing.
"Any side managed by Ian will come and have a real go. We need to make sure we put in a good performance that gives us a strong chance to get a positive result."