Neil Harris has set new targets for his Millwall side after cruising past the 50-point mark with 10 games remaining.
The Lions' boss says the club can play without fear and will look to close in on 60 points when Brentford visit The Den on Saturday.
"Those 10-point milestones have worked for us over the season, let's keep doing it," Harris told millwallfc.co.uk.
"The aim at the start of the season was to secure 50 points and secure our place within this division. To get there with 10 games to go means we can look at what's above us, not below us.
"We don't have to look over our shoulder at the relegation zone, we are not part of that.
"We have done the hard yards now but we also know we can be much better than we have been. We will go into Saturday ready and excited by the game."
Brentford are in 10th position, one point above of The Lions and targeting a top six finish.
"Brentford keep talking about Play-Offs and how close they are but they are only one point above us," Harris added.
"It's a vitally important clash and we're ready for it."
Winger Aiden O'Brien is an outside chance to return against The Bees this weekend after an eight-week injury layoff.