Shaun Hutchinson wants Millwall to rectify Saturday's defeat against Barnsley by taking three points from Cardiff City on Boxing Day.
The Lions slipped to a second home defeat of the campaign - and a first under Gary Rowett - against the basement boys after Patrick Schmidt's 94th-minute winner.
However, with games coming thick and fast over the festive period, there is no time to dwell on the loss to The Tykes, with Boxing Day's trip to Neil Harris' Bluebirds immediately on the horizon.
Speaking after the weekend's reverse, Hutchinson told of the need to make Saturday a distant memory and put in a performance to reward the travelling fans.
"I'm looking forward to it - I look forward to every game, to be honest," he said. "With the way the away form has been of late, we don't fear anyone at the moment. We know that we can go and put in a performance.
"He'll [Neil Harris] know all of our strengths and weaknesses and he'll set up a team to get three points. It's up to us to go there and get on the front foot.
"We've probably put more pressure on ourselves now with not winning at home [on Saturday], so we need to go there and try to rectify that. We need to get as many points as we can."