Millwall manager Neil Harris is looking forward to heading to Lancashire for this weekend's clash between his Lions and Preston North End at Deepdale.
The visitors boss spoke to iFollow Millwall to look ahead to the game and feels that after two good, hard-working results over the past couple of weeks, his side can get the three points they are looking for in PR1.
Speaking to iFollow he said: "We can't wait for the game. We were excellent to get a hard-earned point at Bristol City and for long periods at the weekend we were excellent at Hull and should have got the three points, but that has just made us hungry for more.
"The honest assessment is that we have had to build slowly over a long period of time. We have gone back to basics of building again, but the last two performances and results have been very promising and we take that to Preston at the weekend.
"It is tough place to go. Their team is rejuvenated in the last couple of months. It is a tough place to go there at the moment, but it is a team we know we can compete against.
"We have to stand up to the physical demands of the game and be the best that we can be and that is what I am asking the players to do 'be the best they can be', follow out the game plan we put in place and if they do that then we will get a positive result."
And he feels that a result at Deepdale can propel them forward into the festive fixtures: "Christmas is key, because the games come and go so quickly. Five games in a short space of time.
"We have time between Preston and Stoke to recover and prepare and after the Stoke game we have four games in nine or ten days and that goes very quickly.
"You have to make sure that you focus on that period and you try and gain every point, because the majority of the season has gone after that.
"Last season it was a successful period for us; we got it right in terms of the recovery time, the times with the families and the work in the games. We got it right last year and we need to embrace it again this year and the work they have put in the last couple of weeks is excellent.
"The message to the players is clear, that the work continues against Preston this weekend," he added.