MILLWALL's fightback at Bournemouth could prompt boss Ian Holloway to start future matches with two strikers in his line up.
The Lions overcame a two-goal deficit to earn a point at Dean Court after Holloway changed to a 3-5-2 formation and brought on Ricardo Fuller during the half-time interval.
The same change also paid dividends against Wolves six weeks ago when Millwall recovered from 3-0 down to draw, with Fuller scoring twice.
So Holloway admits that he must think long and hard about his tactics before deciding upon his team for next weekend's home clash with Middlesbrough.
Asked why the Lions didn't get going until they were 2-0 down, Holloway said: "I think we lose a lot of confidence when we concede a goal but I honestly don't know.
"Maybe we should start that way but I tried that against Cardiff and it didn't work. We went back to our normal shape in the second half, ground them down and looked a good team.
"It's all about goals. Bournemouth looked a fantastic team once they scored the first goal. Their second goal was full of confidence and they didn't even have their £3million striker.
"What we've got to look at is do I start that way and can we start that way? Let's just find a way to win. That's what Burnley are doing in the top flight.
"Bournemouth have got to find a way to hold onto a lead if they want to end up at the top. If we can win two in a row, we'll be well out of where we don't want to be.
"And with that spirit, we've got every chance of doing it."
But Holloway also pointed out that playing with two strikers doesn't always work.
"I nearly cost us the game because I went to a 4-4-2 diamond just before half time and that let their full backs come forward too easily," he added.
"My lads don't know where to go on that one, even for simple things like taking a throw-in. We have practised it but they forgot under pressure because we'd just let two in.
"What we needed to do was put it behind their midfield and into the front players, so in the second half we put Fuller on and it was a bit more obvious to go to him."