Kenny's thanks to travelling fans
The implementation of a voucher system has impacted on the number of Millwall fans heading to Yorkshire, but Kenny is sure that those supporters will give their whole-hearted backing to the team.
However, the boss is under no illusions how hard a task it will be on the pitch as Millwall face a Leeds side vying for an eighth League win in nine outings at Elland Road. United have also conceded only two goals in the last seven games on their own pitch.
"These big games are what we are here for and what we got into this division for and we are looking forward to it," added Kenny. "With a win we go above them...that’s how tight it is for a number of clubs.
It’s close and competitive and can swing for many people. Two wins on Saturday and Tuesday against Wolves and we're really in business but Leeds have similar aspirations so we have to make sure that we have the purpose, energy and will-to-win tomorrow."