Sheyi Ojo has labelled Fulham's game with Millwall as a 'must-win' after the thrilling and mental victory over Sheffield United on Tuesday evening.
It was the first win in seven for Slavisa Jokanovic's men as Ojo grabbed two goals and an assist on his return from injury - coincidentally the first victory the side had managed since the Liverpool loanee dislocated his shoulder in the 2-1 win over QPR.
That victory over Sheffield United now presents Fulham with a marvellous opportunity to start picking up wins again and their next challenge is to get a second home win of the season as south London neighbours Millwall visit the Cottage.
The last victory at the Cottage came in September and Ojo is hoping they can finally get another one on Saturday against Neil Harris' men.
He said: "I hope so, we can only hope and keep working hard in training and keep improving, but the next game against Millwall is a must-win game so we'll be looking to get the three points.
"Hopefully this can be the start of a positive season for us.
"I just love playing football, if I didn't then I wouldn't do it and I was happy to be back playing, I really enjoyed myself and I'm just looking forward to the next game."
Ojo returned from his dislocated shoulder a lot earlier than anticipated, and he says that was down to the way he attacked his rehab from the injury.
He added: "It was a lot of shoulder exercises, getting the mobility back and getting the strength back in my shoulder and then there was the fitness aspect of doing a lot of runs, obviously I'm a fast player so I was doing a lot of sprints, a lot of repetitive sprints to get my body ready for the game.
"I attacked rehab and luckily I was able to come back quicker."