DEFENDER Byron Webster believes Saturday's clean sheet at Derby County gives Millwall something to build on after the international break.
Webster was recalled to the back four as the Lions battled to a deserved draw at the iPro Stadium.
And the 27-year-old said afterwards: "We knew it was going to be a tough game and Derby are one of those teams who play good football.
"They're not a lump it team, so we knew we had to be disciplined and switched on all the time.
"I thought we did that well and created quite a few chances ourselves, but probably all-in-all a draw was a fair result in the end.
"The stats show that Derby only had one shot on target, so as a defensive buy lexapro in canada unit, we've done our job.
"But it's not just the back five, we defended well as a team.
"We've done quite a bit of work over the past few days on the training ground on our defensive shape and as the gaffer said, if you don't concede, you don't lose.
"That is the main thing because we always think we can nick a goal.
"After a result like this, it's disappointing that we don't have a game for a couple of weeks because it has given us something to build on.
"It's been an up and down start to the season and it's all about consistency if you want to do well in the Championship.
"If we perform like this, then there is no reason why we can’t be more consistent."