IAN Holloway believes the pressure will mount on Charlton after their defeat to Barnsley last night, as the Championship relegation battle took another twist.
And the Lions boss claims his side are now better-placed than their south London rivals to beat the drop into the third tier.
Addicks manager Jose Riga said at the weekend that Holloway would rather be in his shoes as the two clubs scrap to stay up.
But Charlton lost 2-1 to the Tykes on Tuesday, blowing the survival race wide open.
"Charlton will be under pressure," Holloway said. "Their manager said that he would rather be in their position than ours, and how dare he even talk about us – it's just ridiculous.
"Barnsley winning is a great result for us. That pegs Charlton back – they have had all these games in hand but it hasn't got them anywhere because our form is as good as anybody's."
Assessing Millwall's remaining fixtures, Holloway said: "I would rather be us than Charlton at the moment because we're on a good roll.
"I have got a great record against Middlesbrough, Doncaster will be a tough game, QPR will already be in the play-offs and Bournemouth will be in or out of the top six by the last day."