Millwall goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski claims there is "no other option" than to claim all three points against Middlesbrough on Wednesday afternoon.
Gary Rowett's side welcome The Teessiders to SE16 for an unusually-timed meeting (kick-off 3pm), and when speaking to millwallfc.co.uk, the stopper explained how the squad's schedule has gone since Friday's win over Charlton Athletic, plus his thoughts on the visit of Neil Warnock's side.
"We've had a couple of days off but we went back into training on Monday," he said. "It's going to be another tough game against a team who, on paper, look very good and should be challenging higher up the table. However, they're fighting at the other end of the League.
"There's no easy games in The Championship, so it'll be another test. Saying that, we are confident at the moment - we are playing good football, creating lots of chances and we've conceded only one goal in the last three matches, so we are not easy to beat.
"We have good attacking options, too, so hopefully we can minimise their options up front and win the game."
With five points separating The Lions and sixth-placed Cardiff City in the League table, the Pole is in no doubt of the result needed against Boro.
"There are five more games left and 15 points to play for. We're going to take things game by game. We want to win on Wednesday and we're going to do everything we can to do that - there's no other option. A draw probably will not be enough."
You can watch the full interview with Bartosz Bialkowski by clicking play on the video above.