IAN Holloway wants Millwall to make a fast start against Middlesbrough tomorrow.
The Lions have found themselves 2-0 behind in two of their last three matches so Holloway has called on his players to "get going straight away".
Aitor Karanka's side travel to the capital unbeaten in six and fifth in the table.
"We need to get our home form going," said Holloway. "We've got to be up and at 'em, start on the front foot and put their back four under pressure.
"The lads know that because I have said my piece and they know exactly what we did and didn't get right last weekend.
"The lads are champing at the bit and their confidence is very good, I have to say.
"They're all a bit frustrated and desperate to turn what we've been doing into a win.
"Part of it is dealing with that frustration and the other part is making sure we can get back on a winning run.
"I know we can because we've proved before we can do it."
Holloway expects an open encounter with Boro, who have a number of injury doubts going into the weekend.
"This game is made for pressing if we can get it right," said Holloway.
"Middlesbrough will send their full backs forward, they try to dominate possession and Karanka's got his own way of doing things.
"Lee Tomlin comes off the wing and plays it, passes it and moves it.
"They should have won 6-1 against Blackburn last weekend to be honest. But it's a fantastic game for us – we need to get at them and get going straight away.
"Tomlin is the one who makes them tick – he's a fantastic footballer. Part of him is a genius with the way he moves around, floats and drifts into space.
"I would've loved to have him as a manager but I like my own players. If we do get a home win, that won't be a bad little sequence of performances and result."