JAMES Henry believes playing attractive football is the key to Millwall finding a winning forumla in the Championship this season.
The 23-year-old, who scored his first goal in over a year in the last-gasp defeat to Sheffield Wednesday, is confident the Lions can string a run of results together – starting with a win against Middlesbrough on Saturday.
But the winger says that could hinge on Millwall succesfully reproducing their eye-catching first-half performance at Hillsborough.
"It was nice to score but disappointing that we didn't come away with anything," Henry told the club's official site.
"We want to do better than that and keep playing how we played in the opening half. We took the game to them then and played some good football.
"We're not far off; it's a matter of a one or two per cent improvement. We've been working hard this week and looking forward to move on and get a good result against Middlesbrough."