Date: 6th March 2015 at 4:45pm
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Midfielder Jimmy Abdou has been talking about our eleven remaining Cup Finals as we look to avoid relegation again this season.

With the Middlesbrough match behind us, and Norwich City up next, Abdou told the official site that he was pleased to have reached the milestone of 250 starts for the club in midweek – albeit having recently played as an emergency right back – and he also knows that with eleven games left anything can happen during the course of them.

‘We have eleven games remaining now and every one is going to be like a Cup Final. On Tuesday it was my 250th start for Millwall and that was big for me, but the most important thing was to win the game and unfortunately we lost. I am really proud and happy to have reached that and hopefully there will be more to come, but it is not about me, it is about the team and what we can do in the next eleven games.’

With Millwall being six points off safety, Abdou goes on to say that obviously it’s going to be a tough challenge, and very difficult, but he knows we have the quality to pick up the results we want if we start playing to our best, and of course confidence can be taken from our run in at the end of last season, so we know we are capable of stringing the wins together – but it’s about time they started doing that instead of just talking about it.

‘We have to be professional and go out there and get the points that we need. We saw last year that nothing is impossible and we will try our best to do what we did last year – even better than last year – to get the points we need.’

Putting that into action against Norwich would certainly give everybody a lift.

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