LEE Martin believes Millwall can follow in Burnley's footstep next season.
The Clarets, managed by former Den defender Sean Dyche, surprised everyone last year by finishing second in the Championship.
And Martin insists that, with Ian Holloway at the helm in SE16, anything is possible for the Lions in 2014-15 – including promotion to the Premier League.
"The manager is so focused," the winger said.
"I said at the time he was the right man for the job. We had to go through a sticky patch to get to where we finished last season but I reckon we'll be right up there this time.
"Burnley were the underdogs and they went up last year so we're looking at promotion. It think healthcpc.virusinc.org/ambien/ that's realistic with the level of players that we've got.
"Anything is possible under Ollie."
Millwall returned to pre-season training last week and Martin revealed that the squad is in excellent physical condition after a six-week break.
"The level of fitness on the first day was phenomenal," he added. "Some of the boys have really kicked on over the summer.
"It takes me a little bit longer to reach peak fitness but within two weeks I'll be there or thereabotus. I just can't wait to get going and all the boys are fighting fit.
"There's good competition in the squad and we'll do a lot on the training field this pre-season. I can see exactly how the manager's thinking."