Lions centre-back looks ahead to Tuesday night test
Millwall defender Alan Dunne says it is time to put an end to the club's poor record against Birmingham City.
The Lions haven't won in their last 10 meetings with The Blues.
But Dunne, speaking ahead of Tuesday's encounter, believes he and his team-mates have what it takes to end those two records.
"Birmingham have been one of our 'bogey' teams over the years and it is about time we put that right," he said.
"They have picked up some confidence and are in good form. It is going to be a tough game on a Tuesday night, just as it always has been up there over the years.
"But it is a match in which we could really show what we can do. We played some good football on Saturday, stuff which was a lot better than in the past couple of months. The energy of the players and what they put into the game was there and that will stand us in good stead.
"In this League everyone is beating everyone. There is no consistency so we can go there and win."