MIDFIELDER Josh Wright says he is relishing Millwall's next batch of fixtures against Blackburn Rovers, Wolves and Charlton.
The Lions hit the road to face two of the sides relegated from the Premier League last season, starting with Rovers at Ewood Park on Saturday, before travelling to Molineux the following Tuesday.
Kenny Jackett's side then return to The Den for a South London derby against the Addicks on December 1 and Wright, who began his career as a trainee at The Valley, is desperate to be involved.
"You have to cherish the big games coming up," he said. "I can't wait to play Charlton. It was a fixture I looked out for at the start of the season.
"It would be nice to be in the team but you have to take each game as it comes. Blackburn and Wolves are going to be fantastic games to go and play in as well.
"Blackburn have not exactly set the world alight so far but they have some very good players and a big budget to go and spend.
"But we have proved we can handle anyone in this division and we are on a fantastic run, our tails are up and we are going to go there full of confidence.
"I am pretty sure we can get what we want out of these games."