Boss Ollie says his glass is still half-full
Millwall manager Ian Holloway says his players have to remain positive ahead of the Boxing Day trip to Norwich City.
Friday night's narrow loss to Bolton Wanderers was The Lions' third straight defeat at The Den, but it did come off the back of an away victory at Brighton the week before.
The Canaries sit one place outside the Play-Off positions after a 2-2 draw with Derby County on Saturday and Millwall boss Ollie says his side need to get a result at Carrow Road.
"All we are going to do is dust ourselves down and keep going," he said. "Now we have Norwich away and that (the result against Bolton) makes the game even more important. We have got to get something so let's see if we can go there and beat them.
"The boys have got to be positive about what we do. The fans have been great, but they won't be if these results carry on.
"You want everybody to stand up as a man and work their socks off. If they give that energy, that chasing and working, then I don't think anybody here would have a go. But if we look hesitant, and we're not positive, then they (the fans) have every right to and I might do as well.
"My glass if half-full so let's see if we can change it."