Forward Steve talks at length in Saturday's matchday programmeSteve Morison believes that Millwall's squad has what it takes to enjoy a successful season.
The Lions won their opening League game of 2015/16 - a 2-1 victory away at Shrewsbury - but have since lost to Coventry and Barnsley prior to the hard-fought draw with Scunthorpe United last weekend.
Morison turns 32 this Saturday when Millwall host Chesterfield and the forward speaks at length in the latest edition of the club's matchday programme.
He says: "We haven't made the start we wanted, but I firmly believe that we have a squad that can be successful this season.
"It's not about the first few games, it's about getting on a consistent run, and if we can keep working at it I feel we will do that."
Discussing the need to turn Millwall's early season home form around, Morison adds: "We do have to analyse why we seem to do better away than at The Den at the moment.
"We know that the onus is on us (at home) to make things happen and take the crowd along with us, but that can be hard when teams are sitting in against us and we are trying too hard to force the issue and as a result mistakes start to creep in.
"It will probably only take a couple of wins for all that to change, but right now we have to be mentally strong.
"The fans here wear their hearts on their sleeve and are so desperate to see their team do well. When you put in a shift for the side you will have their backing all day long and as a group we have to get that old mentality back where we can't wait to step out at The Den and the opposition are thinking, 'we really don't fancy this.'"
Read much more from Morison in Saturday's edition of the matchday programme, available to buy around the ground for just £3.
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