IAN Holloway is targeting a revival in Millwall's home form after last weekend's away success at Nottingham Forest – starting with victory against Huddersfield tomorrow.
The Lions have struggled to pick up results at The Den for the past three-and-a-half seasons, winning just 24 of their last 83 Championship fixtures in SE16.
But having remodelled his squad during the January transfer window, Holloway is hopeful that Millwall can start picking up more points on home soil.
"I want our fans to be with us like they were in the last game," said Holloway. "The ones who went to Forest were making up songs about Diego Fabbrini and that's great for us.
"We've got a new team together, we haven't conceded a goal in 180 minutes and Jos Hooiveld has settled in straight away.
"The signs are good and hopefully the lads will get some belief back.
"It's all about us and the crowd, and making The Den a difficult place to come again. We haven't had good enough results at home for three years so we need to get that going.
"I'm really looking forward to Huddersfield because I believe we've started to turn the corner.
"Yes we needed to, and yes what happened in January was a huge statement, but the Bradford result has been turning a point.
"I refused to put up with that performance ever again from anybody. Was I shocked and surprised? Yes, and I've been decisive since then.
"Now we can look forward with a fresh energy, some fresh faces and stronger spirit."