"We want to show the fans what we're about," the winger says
Jed Wallace believes that Millwall's home form between now and the end of the season will be key should The Lions wish to maintain their League One Play-Off push.
The 21-year-old has been in fine form since joining on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers in January, contributing to a run of results which has seen Millwall climb up to fifth in the table.
Wallace netted his first goal for The Lions in last Saturday's 3-0 victory over Blackpool and he believes that such results at The Den will play an important part in the season run-in.
"We're playing really well," Wallace said.
"Since I've been here it's only been the Scunthorpe game where we've let ourselves down.
"We have been playing good football and we're probably the form team in the League along with Barnsley.
"Our home form is going to be important. With the backing we get at The Den with big attendances, we want to show the fans what we're about."
Unfortunately for Lions fans and indeed for Wallace himself, the winger's loan spell comes to an end in April, but that won't stop him giving everything he has got for the remainder of his time in a Millwall shirt.
"I've been here running around and working really hard to get to a point where the club are going to have a chance of promotion, and I'm going to have to jump ship a little bit early," Wallace added.
"But I've got six (games) left and I'll be giving everything that I have been before to make sure I help to leave the boys in the best position."
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