MARTYN Woolford says Millwall will "keep improving" under Ian Holloway after winning their first three games of the new season.
Woolford scored the match-clinching goal in Saturday's 1-0 victory over Fulham.
And the winger believes Holloway will continue to raise standards at the club – because he is a "bit of a perfectionist".
Despite holding on to beat the Cottagers, the Lions boss was unhappy with his players' ball retention in the second half and called for them to "believe in their passing more".
And Woolford said: "It's a great start to the season but we'll go away and look at the things we didn't quite get right. All we can do is keep improving.
"The manager is a a bit of a perfectionist so he's looking at every little thing we can improve, which can only be a good thing.
"We're learning all the time and getting better and better."
Woolford paid tribute to Millwall's travelling fans who turned out in huge numbers in west London.
"The fans were brilliant," he said. "When they get behind you, it's a great feeling. It's a great club to play for.
"I really enjoyed the game – it's the first time I've played here.
"We had a couple of good chances to score again but I think the defensive performance from the lads was really good.
"It was a tough test because Fulham keep the ball well and shift it about."
Under Holloway, Millwall are now unbeaten in 11 competitive fixtures.
"It is a great run," Woolford said. "Even before the wins started coming, the performances were getting to where we wanted them to be. Our organisation was getting there.
"We're getting the rewards from that and each win is building up our confidence.
"It's all down to the manager because there aren't a lot of new faces here. The way he got us organised in such a short space of time last season was a credit to the way he works.
"We're confident that if we play our game, regardless of the opposition, and we do the things the manager is asking of us, we can pick up points in every game."
The Lions are sitting second in the fledgling Championship table but Woolford won't be paying any attention to the league standings anytime soon.
"At the minute we're just concentrating on the next game and keeping the confidence from the performances that we're putting in and the wins that we're getting," he said.
"I won't be looking at the league table for quite some time!"