Lions need to show a killer instinct, says Chopper
Neil Harris admits that Millwall need wins from their final two games if they are to stand a realistic chance of Championship survival.
The Lions face Derby County at The Den this Saturday before heading to Molineux to play Wolves on the final day of the campaign next week.
Millwall sit four points away from the safety zone and the interim boss insists his side have to be more clinical in front of goal if they are to pull off what would be a miraculous escape.
"Our performance at Blackburn was right up there with the best of the season," Harris said. "But we ended up disappointed not to come away with any points to show for it.
"That display followed on from Cardiff, where again we were excellent, but didn't necessarily have that killer instinct in front of goal.
"This is something we are striving for because most of the time it is the difference between teams at the top and those at the bottom.
"We have seen some really clinical performances from teams like Watford and Blackburn against us, and that is the level that we want to reach as a club as soon as possible."