Millwall boss Kenny Jackett is confident there are goals in his side despite their opening-day blank.
The Lions' Championship campaign got off to a losing start with a 2-0 home defeat by Blackpool, but Jackett saw plenty of positives ahead of Tuesday's trip to Peterborough.
"I was encouraged by Darius Henderson and Andy Keogh. I do think if they play that way they will score goals," he said.
"That gives me encouragement for the season that I have players that can score.
"James Henry's delivery from the wings was very good. His crossing was terrific.
"We didn't necessarily get on the end of it, but going forward there were encouraging signs."