NEAL Ardley insists AFC Wimbledon have nothing to lose ahead of tomorrow night's Capital One Cup clash against Millwall.
The Dons travel to the Den to take on the Championship side on the back of Saturday's 1-1 draw at Torquay.
Ardley spent an injury-ravaged year at Millwall towards the end of his playing days, making 23 appearances for the Lions.
And the Wimbledon manager says he's relishing the return to his old club.
“There's no pressure on us as they're two leagues above us,” said Ardley.
“They'll be expected at home to take the game to us.
“Early goals are always great away from home. They're a very good team but we've got to make it sure we make it difficult for them.”
Ardley admits he's unsure what reception he'll get from the Millwall fans after a disappointing spell at the Den.
“I don't think I gave them as good as I had given my other previous clubs,” he added.
“It was the first time I dropped out of the top two leagues, I picked up a few injuries and never gave them as good a time as I possibly could have.
“I don't think there was any bad feeling. I've always given my best whoever I've played for.”
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