JAMES Hanson is hoping to show Millwall what they're missing when Bradford City travel to The Den in the third round of the FA Cup tomorrow.
The big striker was on the Lions' radar in the summer and they could yet make a move for him in January if he impresses during Saturday's clash in SE16.
The Bantams are unbeaten in their last nine fixtures and progressed to the third round of the competition by beating Dartford 4-1 in December.
Hanson said: "They were (looking at me) and it would be nice to go there and build on the last two performances.
"There's no better place to go than Millwall, hopefully get a goal and a win. The gaffer will say we've got nothing to lose.
"It's nice to be fifth in the league going into the game because that takes the pressure right off us – we can enjoy it and probably cause an upset.
"After the Dartford game, it was always the aim for the club to be in and around the play offs by the time we played Millwall so we could all enjoy it.
"You look round training now, everyone's buzzing and really looking forward to it."