Skipper spells it out in programme notesMillwall captain Paul Robinson believes The Lions need to make the most of their remaining home games if they are to pull themselves out of the drop zone.
Two consecutive away wins have boosted Millwall's hopes of survival, and Robbo, speaking in Saturday's matchday programme for the visit of Watford, says he and his team-mates need to make the most of the three games they have left at The Den.
"Now really is the time to make home advantage count," he said.
"Back-to-back away wins have been excellent for morale and confidence, but they would have been in vain if we don't manage to build on them not just on Saturday, but also against Doncaster and Bournemouth.
"What we will continue to do is take one match at a time. There's five games left to play and 15 points to play for, but all we are focusing our attention on is Watford.
"It is important not to get caught up in the permutations of what a win for us could do or what would happen if a team just above us lost. That can act as a distraction, and it is imperative that our only focus is on earning three points (against Watford) before turning our thoughts to the trip to Middlesbrough next week."
You can read much more from Robbo in Saturday's edition of The Lion, available around the ground for just £3.
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