Lomas hopes to build on win

Millwall manager Steve Lomas hopes his side can follow up their first win of the season with a second at Charlton on Saturday.

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Steve Lomas: Hopes Millwall can build on win

Steve Lomas: Hopes Millwall can build on win

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The Lions warmed up for the south London derby by finally getting their first three points on the board on Tuesday night with a 3-1 victory over Blackpool.

"I don't think it's a full turning point, but it certainly helps, it's a great result to take to Charlton on Saturday which will be a very tough local derby" said Lomas.

"It's about bragging rights for the fans, it's a great place to go and play and we can't rest on our laurels, we've got to go again.

"It would be great to get back-to-back wins but we know it's not going to be easy."

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