MILLWALL face the biggest challenge of their six-game run-in when they take on fifth-placed Wigan tonight, according to manager Ian Holloway.
Holloway believes the Lions will need four wins and a draw from their remaining fixtures to avoid relegation, admitting they now have a "very small margin of error".
But the visitors to the DW Stadium go into the game buoyed by their victory at Nottingham Forest on Saturday, a result which has given Millwall renewed hope they can survive.
Reflecting on the weekend, Holloway said: "It was as if we had started the season afresh with a fresh mindset.
"We passed it well, people didn't look nervous and there was a bit of confidence about us.
"The way we scored our goals was exactly what we had spoken about beforehand in terms of their shape and what we had to do to get in behind them, and the lads did it.
"Hopefully they will gain some confidence from that result because we deserved that and we have deserved for more things to go our way recently."
The Latics, who edged past Leeds last time out, have an FA Cup semi-final against Arsenal to look forward to this Saturday.
But Holloway is not counting on Uwe Rosler's side being distracted by their Wembley date.
He said: "Things don't get any tougher than another Tuesday night game away to Wigan. I'd say this is the toughest game we've got left on our fixture list.
"They have still got the remnants of a Premier League squad, they've added well to that and they've got a new manager who has only lost twice.
"Wigan have got some fantastic players and play a shape that is very difficult to deal with.
"Let's hope they don't quite fancy it as much as us. It is a big ask for us because Wigan are in a confident vein of form at the minute.
"I believe we can win four games, lose one and draw one and we will stay up, so we have a very small margin of error.
"We have beaten Derby and Forest away from home so we've got to take that confidence with us into the next game.
"We are doing everything we can to secure back-to-back wins, which has only happened once before this season and I wasn't here then.
"Hopefully I'll be able to pick the same team twice in a row for the first time."