Port Vale meet Millwall in Sky Bet League 1 on Tuesday night and confidence is seemingly high in both camps ahead of the midweek clash.The 12th-placed Valiants have lost only once this season and have won two of their last three, including last time out against Wigan Athletic (3-2).
They are unbeaten on home soil in five outings in all competitions in 2015/16, triumphing in the most recent three.
Defender Richard Duffy, who played 12 times in the colours of Millwall in 2009, says Vale are determined to extend their winning run.
“Millwall is going to be another tough game,” he told the club's official website.
“You want to win all of your home games and then see how many points you can pick up away from home.
“We’ve started well at home but it is still early days and we shouldn’t get too far in front of ourselves.”
Millwall, meanwhile, saw off Crewe Alexandra 3-1 at the weekend for back-to-back victories, after beating Peterborough United in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
Read more: Neil Harris praises Aiden O'Brien and hails Millwall team performance
Striker Aiden O'Brien, who bagged his first senior treble in the win against the Alex, insisted the trip to Vale Park holds no fear for the Lions.
He said: "We have won two in a row now against Peterborough and Crewe so we are going to Port Vale with our heads high and full of confidence. We’re going there looking to take all three points."