Kenny keeps things ticking over
"Most importantly the team needs to be physically fit and mentally ready to attack these sides and try to get points."
"There's some great games coming up for us and we need as many people fit as possible," he added.
Following the game against The Tigers, Cardiff and Brighton both visit The Den within a week and Kenny is under no illusions as to the tasks ahead.
. Lions Player "We've got a nice balance at the moment where the players do realise their responsibilities in terms of preparation," he told
Much of The Lions' squad will have gone two weeks without genuine match action by the time Millwall travel to Hull City on Saturday 15th September, but that doesn't mean they are using the free period as a chance to relax after a longer than usual pre-season.
Manager Kenny Jackett has stressed the importance of not letting fitness levels drop during the international break.