Berylson encouraged by 'stronger club'Millwall Chairman John Berylson believes the future is bright at The Den, no matter what happens between now and the end of the season.
The Lions head to QPR on Saturday knowing that a win, providing Blackpool lose at Wigan, would secure Championship safety, but the battle to beat the drop could well run to the final day when Millwall host Bournemouth.
Berylson was in attendance at Monday's 0-0 draw and is encouraged by the way Ian Holloway's men have boosted their survival hopes with a six-game unbeaten run.
"I'm confident of where we go from here so we will see what the next two games bring," he told Lions Player. "We're in the thick of it which we weren't two months ago. This team is playing much better and it looks like real football. I think the manager has done a great job pulling it together, and they're working very hard."
Berylson added: "I'm feeling much better about the club. I see a real future and Ollie is beginning to mould this team. It's a club now and we're beginning to play together. Yes, we're making mistakes still, but every day it is one less.
"It's a much stronger club than it was two or three months ago and I see a future that puts a smile on my face."
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