MILLWALL boss Ian Holloway hopes his forward line will be firing on all cylinders against Bournemouth tomorrow.
Holloway says the Lions have been working on their play in the final third ahead of the trip to the south coast on Saturday.
Millwall saw a lot of the ball at Charlton last weekend but created only a handful of chances.
"There was lots and lots about last Saturday that I was pleased with," Holloway said.
"We had everything bar a goal. I thought we played really well – we looked composed and moved the ball around
"We are working on some different things with the forwards to get them linking a little bit better. There can be an extra layer in there.
"We need to feed the ball to Ricardo Fuller in a different way and get some more movement around him. There's plenty of coaching that I can do.
"I am really looking forward to the next few games. All we need to do is score at the right moments. There's no reason why we can’t go to Bournemouth and beat them."
The Cherries have been on fire this season and are just three points off top spot.
"Bournemouth are a really good side," Holloway added. "The way they pass the ball is very impressive – they are as good as Derby. They move it around really well.
"Eddie Howe has improved that squad and they're definitely a club on the up in terms of what they can pay people. Eddie's done a great job."