Lions loanee Ben Marshall has stated the feeling in the camp is "really good" after Millwall equalled a club record with a 2-0 victory at Barnsley last Saturday.
Marshall - with a stunning curling effort - and Lee Gregory were on target in the success over The Tykes, a win that secured a sixth consecutive Sky Bet Championship away victory and also launched The Lions to within four points of a place in the top six.
The winger has scored two goals in eight appearances since arriving on loan from League leaders Wolves and has impressed the Den faithful with a string of fine performances.
Speaking on the weekend's win, Marshall said: "I thought we started the game really well and took them by surprise. Gregs was a threat in behind.
"In the second-half we were under the cosh and didn't really keep the ball well, but I managed to score the second goal out of nothing. Some of those go in, some don't - luckily, that did."
The Lions can set a new record with victory at Ipswich Town on Easter Monday - but the 26-year-old, who credits "a great bunch" of players for helping him settle in, claims all the team can do is keep winning games.
"The lads have helped me settle in. They're a great bunch. As a player you're going to play under different managers with different styles of play - the quicker you adapt, the quicker you'll play.
"I had it in my head what it was going to be like at Millwall with the way they play. I stuck to that and I've played quite a lot games.
"Since I've been here, the feeling has been really good. We're starting to believe a little bit now. All we can do is keep picking up results and see where it takes us.
"Obviously we are aware of the record. It means a lot to the club. But our main focus is winning games to try and get promoted. That's all our mindset should be. It's a great achievement, though."