Date: 16th January 2014 at 10:51am
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Defender Alan Dunne has warned that Millwall will have to be at their very best to overcome Ipswich this weekend.

The game will mark manager Ian Holloway’s first home game in charge at The Den, and speaking in The Lion last weekend, Dunne said that team desperately need to find some consistency in our performance levels and more importantly get ourselves on a run of results given how close we are to the drop zone at the moment.

There are enough games left as long as we get our act together and kick on now.

‘We’re not in good form and that’s why the new manager has come in. As players we have got to do our jobs better. We’re all desperate to move away from the relegation zone.’

Dunne goes on to say that this season our home form has been ‘okay’ but only ‘okay’ as even there we have to do better and we should be doing better with the quality and experience we do have in the side, so what they must focus on now is putting in a good, spirited and committed performance against Ipswich and then getting all three points to boost confidence and give us a platform to work from under our new gaffer.

Ending the interview, Dunne added that he was confident that the team would not only do their all to achieve that, but he knows the fans will be in good voice behind them driving them on, and all being well it’ll be the first win of many at home in the second half of the season and The Den will really become a fortress until the end of the season.

Then of course, we focus on away form!

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