Millwall captain Paul Robinson believes that his team need to benefit from their home advantage this month as the Lions play three of their next four games at The Den.
Kenny Jackett's men lost 2-0 in last Saturday's Championship clash with Leeds United which saw the club drop down to within two points of the relegation zone.
The upcoming visit of in-form Cardiff City could prove tough for Millwall but Robinson insists that he cannot wait to face the Bluebirds.
"We have the chance to right the wrongs of that match at Elland Road back at home against another team in good form," said Robinson to the club's official website.
"We've shown as a club that we relish being the underdogs and Cardiff City have been strong of late, but all runs come to an end and we will be looking to do that here.
"In Kenny Miller, the Bluebirds have a man on form and our back four will be in for a busy day trying to keep him quiet.
"But we have picked up some good results against big teams in this division with some big players so we are confident of adding to that list."