Keeper Maik looks ahead to KC clash
Lions keeper Maik Taylor is anticipating a tough game on Saturday when Kenny Jackett's men visit the KC Stadium to face Hull City.
Steve Bruce's Tigers are a point better off than Millwall having won two and drawn one of their opening four games, including an impressive 3-1 victory over Bolton Wanderers last time out.
Taylor, however, believes The Lions will travel north for the encounter with plenty of optimism.
"I think it will be a tight affair and a tough game for us but we can take a lot of confidence and belief from our early form in the early part of the season," he told part-time Lions Player commentator and fellow team-mate Steve Mildenhall.
Millwall are off the mark on the road following the 2-1 victory over Peterbrough in August, and despite a last-gasp defeat at Hillsborough the Northern Ireland international believes there's plenty to be positive about.
"Hopefully we can build on our two away performances so far.," added Maik. "We were very strong in the Sheffield Wednesday game and pushed them extremely close."
Maik was speaking to Mildy exclusively for Lions Player. For the full interview click