The international break is used by a lot of clubs as a time to assess the season so far and give players a chance to recharge their batteries.

For supporters however, most would rather the regular season carried on. I don't think I'm alone in finding England fixtures incredibly tedious. Of course I want my country to do well, but let's face it, it's not likely to happen any time soon. I want Millwall back and I want it now!  What a way then, for the Lions to roar back into action than against the division's big summer spenders Wolves. 

Arguably the toughest fixture of the season so far, the visit to Molineux comes off the back of a sensational 4-0 thumping of Norwich City a couple of weeks ago. 

I've been saying a win was just around the corner and, for all of Norwich's dominance in possession, our potency in front of goal was impressive. Finally, all the good work of previous games combined to make a winning performance and it wouldn't surprise me if we handed out a few more beatings like that throughout the season.

Confidence is high within the squad and Saturday's trip to the Black Country shouldn't be viewed with trepidation. The hosts have spent north of £15 million on transfers this season in a bid to get back to the promised land. The huge fees dwarf our own spending - you could probably buy Millwall for a few extra quid! In duo Diogo Jota and Ruben Neves, they also possess two highly-rated European talents, who may see Wolves as a springboard for their own careers.

But I think we can view this one as a free hit. No one will give us a chance of getting a result so it would be lovely to upset the apple cart. Jed Wallace and George Saville will also be desperate to show their former club what they're missing, so it wouldn't surprise me to see both of them in the heart of the action.

A few days later see us head across London to QPR. I'm sure, like me, you're all dying to say hello to Mr Holloway once again and thank him for all his hard work during his tenure. We love a pantomime villain at Millwall and Holloway's terrible signings, weird analogies and even stranger tactical decisions has cast him in that role for the foreseeable future. Ollie's calamitous reign at The Den still rankles with me.

To quote Kevin Keegan: "I'd love it if we beat them. LOVE IT."