Millwall host Birmingham City on Wednesday evening (kick-off 7.45pm) and midfielder Jayson Molumby is welcoming the upcoming back-to-back home games.
The Lions were last in action at The Den just under two weeks ago in a 1-1 draw against promotion chasing Fulham. Since then, Gary Rowett's side have had two long away trips to the north of England, facing Preston North End and Wigan Athletic.
From picking up an excellent three points away at Deepable to suffering a defeat at the DW Stadium, Molumby has emphasised the frustration felt amongst the squad at the disappointment of not being able to build on the Preston win.
With two consecutive home games now for Millwall against Birmingham City and Bristol City, the midfielder insists they can't afford to dwell on Saturday's result and is excited at the prospect of returning to The Den.
"It's always good to get back to The Den, obviously playing at home is a big advantage for us and we've done well there this season so it'll be good to be back there," he told millwallfc.co.uk.
"Obviously it's very disappointing working so hard away at Preston and then just not getting over the line at Wigan. We'll be glad to get back home now and get a good turn out [on Wednesday]. Hopefully we can get a win and get back to winning ways.
"You can't overthink those type of games [Wigan] and you just want to get back onto the next game and get it right. We need to keep moving forward, the League is crazy. Wigan went away to Leeds and won there, so anyone can beat anyone in this League."
Watch the full interview with Jayson Molumby by clicking play on the video above.