Date: 1st September 2014 at 2:16pm
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Winger Martyn Woolford has said that following our great start to the season, nobody within the camp is getting carried away yet.

Five games through, ten points on the board, and we head into the international break sitting pretty in fifth place in the league and that’s about as far removed as you can get to where we were this time last season – and for the vast majority of the season in fact.

Speaking to the official site as the players look forward to a well earnt break and plenty more hard work on the training pitch, Woolford said that although everybody was in great confidence and had obviously loved our start to the league campaign, with so many tricky games coming up – especially matches against Ipswich, Reading and Nottingham Forest – when football resumes, there was no way people would get carried away with this yet.

‘We are looking at it one game at a time. First and foremost it’s about making sure that we get enough points to be well away from the relegation zone. The earlier we can get them on the board, the sooner we can start looking up to the other end of the table.’

Woolford goes on to say that it’s way too early at this stage to start claiming we can do this, that or the other this season, we just have to be focused on each game as it comes and then see where that takes us when we get to the ‘coined’ business end of the campaign following Christmas.

‘We just need to concentrate and learn from our mistakes – even when we have won a game. We need to make sure we pick the bones out of things and keep learning all the time.’

Woolford said one great positive for Millwall though is that he feels everybody can see we are becoming more consistent in our performance levels in games, and obviously that can only help us get the result we want.

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