Date: 1st April 2014 at 8:37pm
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New loan signing Carlos Edwards has said he believes the Millwall squad have the quality and the desire to stay up, and of course, he has previous relegation battle experience himself from his time with Sunderland where he helped them successfully stay in the Premier League back in 2008.

Having joined us from Ipswich last week, he made his debut in the game against Blackburn and he like many others feels that we were very unlucky not to have come out with all three points, and he feels we can take a lot of positives from that game and push forward from here now.

Speaking to the official site he explained.

‘There is no way Millwall should be at the bottom of the Championship with the manager and the quality of players we have. Sunderland weren’t rock bottom, but we were looking at the gun barrel. We dug deep because once we saw the players who were next to you you asked ‘why are we in this situation?’

Edwards goes on to say that the question you then ask yourself in that position is are you doing enough individually, and then you look at others with the question ‘why are you not pulling your finger out?’

‘The lads looked at themselves in the mirror and a few harsh words were said. But it was constructive criticism and we survived.’

Presumably his message is either that has already happened at the club or it has happened at the club since he joined us the other week and that gives him confidence that things will turn around over the coming seven games.

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