Squad remains positive says Shaun
Shaun Williams insists that Millwall still have plenty of fight left in them as they head into the final seven games of the season with their Championship status hanging in the balance.
Saturday's 2-2 home draw with Blackburn Rovers may have felt like a defeat to many as The Lions twice relinquished a goal advantage, but the point gained lifted The Lions off the foot of the table and moves them to within two points of fourth from bottom Charlton, with an inferior goal difference.
Rather than dwell on what might have been, left-back Shaun, who scored his first goal for the club with a second-half penalty, remains positive and insists that the squad can re-group and claw their way out of the drop zone, starting at Nottingham Forest this Saturday.
"I think we still believe we can do it," he said. "We're not going to stop until the last game of the season and hopefully we can turn it around.
"Everyone was quite disappointed on Saturday. We were quite exhausted as well, but the fight has not gone.
"There's still a lot of points to play for and anyone can take points off anyone, as you've seen.
"It's going to go down to the wire. It won’t be settled in the next couple of games and we have to keep going with everything we have to get out of this."