IAN Holloway says that Millwall are in high spirits ahead of their trip to Wigan tonight, having been buoyed by their incredible comeback against Wolves.
Holloway was thrilled with the resilience shown by the Lions as they rallied from 3-0 down to claim an unlikely point at the weekend.
And he expects his side to take the same positive attitude into Tuesday's match at the DW Stadium.
Asked about the mood in the camp, Holloway said: "There's no lack of confidence in the group at the moment.
"You don't come back from 3-0 down if you don't have any confidence. The whole spirit of the group is spot on.
"Even Bakary Sako bending one into the top corner from 30 yards didn't knock us off our stride, so that's the good news.
"Lee Gregory's finish was sublime – he sent the keeper the wrong way.
"And Ricardo Fuller took his chances with aplomb. He came over to the bench to share his joy with everyone and that's from a bloke who I decided not to start!
"Those are the signs of a happy team. I want us to relax and enjoy every game.
"I don't feel like Alan Pardew or Harry Redknapp – we shouldn't let that creep in at our club because we're not about that."
Gregory and Fuller could be paired up front against the Latics.
"Ric's had a bit of a hamstring scare so he's managing himself," Holloway said.
"We've got to learn how he works – if you look at it, he scored two goals with his feet.
"Fuller isn't Stefan Maierhofer and the lads have got to realise that. Gregory hangs on the last man and Ric's a danger, so they might have the chance to work together."
Lee Martin, who changed the game when he came off the bench against Wolves, could also start.
"It was great to have Lee back – he created two of our goals," said Holloway. "It's not rocket science that we weren't the same without him."