IAN Holloway urged Millwall to show more belief in their passing game after the weekend win at Fulham.
The Lions manager wants his side to be more patient in possession after watching them "kick the ball away" when they came under pressure at Craven Cottage.
"Let's not get carried away," Holloway said, speaking after Millwall's third straight victory at the start of the new season.
"That game could have finished 2-1 to Fulham if we'd let in a goal at the wrong time. Equally it could have been 3-0 to us with some of the chances we had.
"But we've got to believe in ourselves and pass it a lot more. We can't just keep kicking it away. Once we've stepped up and won the ball, there has to be a pass.
"We didn't look a bad side on Saturday but it could have been better. I'll show the lads what they got right and what they could have done better.
"When we won the ball, we kept kicking it away. Our interceptions have to be a pass because that gives us a chance of a counter attack. We didn't do that anywhere near enough.
"Instead, it was, 'oh my God look at us, we're away to Fulham and we're winning'. That isn't right – stay on task.
"I don't know how many times I've said that, but I'm not having it. We've got to do better than that.
"Sometimes you've got to go 'bosh' when you're in trouble – that's football. Spain and Germany will do that sometimes. But we have to pass out from the back and we didn't get that right."