Murray Wallace wants to see Millwall's fans out in numbers for Tuesday night's Sky Bet Championship visit of Fulham (kick-off 7.45pm).
The defender was as dependable as ever during Saturday's 1-1 draw with Blackburn Rovers, lining up alongside Jake Cooper and Daniel Ballard in a back three which limited the Lancashire outfit to just one effort on target throughout the game.
Having seen kick-off in SE16 delayed until 3.15pm last weekend, the Scot told millwallfc.co.uk of his delight in hearing the roar of the crowd twice, and also looked ahead to Tuesday's visit of The Whites.
"I think [disappointment] is the overriding feeling," he said when discussing Saturday's game. "We dominated a lot of the game and limited them to barely any chances - I think the only had one shot. It was very disappointing to concede from a set-piece as well, that is an area we pride ourselves on.
"Coming out to warm-up, you could hear the fans cheering us on. This time, we got it twice as we came out to warm-up again! The atmosphere is brilliant when The Den is packed like that, we've missed it.
"[Tuesday is] a London derby and it would be brilliant if the fans come out in their numbers again and back us - hopefully we'll get a positive result."
Click play on the video above to hear in full from Murray Wallace.