Lee confident of a change in fortune
Lee Martin has every confidence that Millwall's search for that elusive first goal and point of the Championship campaign will come to an end sooner rather than later.
Saturday's 1-0 home defeat by Huddersfield Town leaves The Lions at the foot of the Championship table with three away games at Sheffield Wednesday, Nottingham Forest (Capital One Cup) and then Brighton & HA on the horizon.
However winger Lee, who impressed after coming on as a second half sub against Huddersfield, says that with hard work and a slice of luck, The Lions can get their season up and running.
And having been a part of an Ipswich squad that won once in their opening 13 matches last season, Lee is well placed to say: "It is one of those where we have had a difficult start. It hasn't quite fallen for us yet and we haven't had that little bit of luck.
But it is down to us to carry on working hard behind the scenes in training and sticking together.
I was in the same situation last year with Ipswich and the main thing is to keep working hard, putting in the time and getting organised.
Inevitably the goals will come, but I think the main thing is for us to just to stick together off the field and to make sure we are not feeling too down about things. There is still a long way to go.
The games are coming thick and fast; that is the nature of this league. It isn't forgiving, so we have to pick ourselves up and go again."