Aiden O'Brien says Millwall can't afford to drop standards against their Championship rivals when the League campaign returns.
The Lions head into this weekend's international break buoyed by a resounding 4-0 romp over Norwich City, their first victory of the 2017/18 campaign.
According to the forward it was just rewards following a "few unlucky results" early in the campaign.
"We knew a win like that was coming," O'Brien told millwallfc.co.uk
"We have been creating a lot of chances every game but that final finish touch hasn't quite been there - but everything just clicked against Norwich.
"We will always try to impose ourselves on the opposition and take the game to them. Now it's about continuing that when we come back next week."
Millwall will return to League action against high-flying Wolverhampton next weekend. The Wanderers have been in impressive form early in the campaign, having only fallen to promotion rivals Cardiff City this term.
"They are a good side but there is nothing for us to fear," O'Brien added.
"We have proved that we can compete at this level and it's about staying on track because we have some big games coming up. We have a week to rest and see our families but then we are straight back into it.
"It's a big test but if our performances are consistent then there is no reason why we can't be successful this season."