Miracles can happen says young striker
"Chopper (Neil Harris) has said to us you are here for a reason, you are good enough to be here and we need to believe that.
"We hadn't won in God knows long at home, so we can relax now, recover, and move on to the next one.
Speaking to the press after Friday's derby win against Charlton he stressed: "We have to concentrate on ourselves, it is never too late. If we win more than we lose, who knows what can happen.
However Lions striker O'Brien insists that all is far from lost as he and his team-mates look to pull off one of the greatest escapes in the club's history.
By the time The Lions (36pts) host promotion-chasing Watford this Saturday, fourth from bottom Fulham (43pts) - who play at Charlton tonight and then host Wigan on Friday - could find themselves seven points off the drop zone, having played two games more than Millwall.
Millwall striker Aiden O'Brien insists that anything is still possible as The Lions head into their last six games of the season needing a miracle to avoid relegation to League One.
"We've got to keep playing how we're playing and we've got to stay together and stay focused. We've just got to concentrate on ourselves, it's never too late until the season's over, there are always points to be won.
"If the fans stay with us, I'm saying we are staying up!"