Jamal Blackman is looking forward to Saturday's trip to The Den, to face Neil Harris's Millwall.
Speaking ahead of the game, the Chelsea loanee remarked: "Millwall are a good side and everyone knows how tough it is going there, but we've got some unfinished business in London following the defeat at QPR.
"The crowd are against you wherever you go as the visiting team, so you have to handle the atmosphere and deal with the pressure that comes with it.
"You expect to take some stick if you make a mistake wherever you're playing, so Millwall is no different to anywhere else really.
The imposing goalkeeper added: "We want to win every game, we're positive in our approach and we know a good run of results in the coming weeks will solidify our position towards the top of the division.
"We've had a couple of blips, but we always believed we could win both of them, even when we were behind against Fulham, so we've every reason to be upbeat."