ED Upson believes Millwall's season could catch fire at any moment.
The midfielder is adamant that a run of good results is right around the corner, despite the Lions winning just one of their last 13 games.
Upson returned to the side as Millwall drew 0-0 with Charlton last weekend, a result which left them 18th in the Championship table.
"It was a good performance," said the former Yeovil man. "We were pushing for the win but it's important to keep a clean sheet and not to lose the game.
"Everyone was fairly happy with a point in the dressing room. I really enjoyed the game and felt I played quite well.
"I could have done more as always but I was happy with it in the end.
"I could have scored that header in the first half but I was back-peddling and I don't have the biggest neck muscles!
"We are close to the bottom three but we're also very close to a lot of teams above us. Back-to-back wins would see us fly up the table so we've got to stay on a level and keep calm.
"We are really close to getting it right. We're playing well and the results are going to come.
"It's a matter of staying cool and waiting for that to happen.
"There’s no point panicking – there are a lot of games to go. When it does click, we're going to be a force. We just need a few more goals to get those wins."
The Lions face a tricky trip to second-placed Bournemouth this Saturday.
"Bournemouth have had a very good start and they're a very good team," added Upson.
"We'll have to be at the top of our game to go down there and get a result but we've had all week to work on that.
"We've been watching clips and seeing what they do as well as working on our own game."