Lions boss looks ahead to Leeds clash
Following excellent wins at Nottingham Forest (1-0) and Birmingham City (1-0), Lions boss Ollie believes his team have every reason to feel optimistic as they go in search of a third consecutive victory away from The Den, and also look to keep a 13th clean sheet of the season.
Ian Holloway hopes that Millwall can continue their successful spell on the road and claim a first win at Elland Road in five years when The Lions lock horns with fellow strugglers Leeds United on Saturday.
"The way we played against Birmingham, with our shape that stopped them playing and then enabled us to break on them, was what I've been looking for. If we can get the balance right we can be a decent team in this tough division. "We need to stay solid, make ourselves difficult to beat, and gradually claw away at the gap between ourselves and a whole group of clubs above us.
"Neil Redfearn has got them playing in a way their fans can enjoy and it's getting them results. But if we can stop them scoring, start to win the ball and create chances ourselves, like we did in midweek, maybe we can get that third away win in a row."
Leeds are one of those. A win there would reduce their advantage over us to two points and drag others into the fight as well. Lions Player A full interview with Ollie is available on