ALAN Dunne believes Millwall's point at Crystal Palace could yet prove to be a valuable one if the Lions beat Birmingham City when they return to home soil on Tuesday night.
The Lions came from 2-0 down to draw with their South London rivals at Selhurst Park but Dunne admitted he was frustrated not to have won the match, having played against ten men for the entire second-half.
"I really enjoyed it because derby games are great to play in," he said. "It was a great comeback against a team that's in the top six. We should have won it at the end.
"It's a good point and we have to take the positives from it. If we'd had another five minutes I think we could have nicked it."
Birmingham arrive at The Den without a win in their last three matches and in 20th position, one place below Millwall in the Championship standings.
"They've not had a great start to the season and they're struggling a little," Dunne said. "We've got to take the point against Palace and turn it into a good point by winning on Tuesday night.
"We beat Bolton at home on the back of two away draws before the international break, so there's no reason why we can't go on and do the same against Birmingham."