"I know the areas I want to strengthen," says Ollie
Ian Holloway has set his sights on improving his Millwall squad in the January transfer window.
On the pitch, Friday's victory over Brighton & Hove Albion was a welcome boost and the Lions boss has targeted another positive result in this week's visit of Bolton Wanderers.
But Ollie is also looking at the long-term and admits he has made some important choices with a number of players out of contract in the summer.
He told Lions Player: "I've looked at the players and I've made some decisions for next year.
"I've also made some decisions on what we're going to do and how we are going to try and change things in January if we possibly can. We have got to look at where we are going to go and how we are going to do it.
"I've put people in and brought them out, and I've made my mind up on the young ones. I know who I want of them and I might loan them out now because they're not quite ready, but they will be next year. I'm really excited about some of them."
Ollie added: "We were a little vulnerable last year because we had six or seven out of contract. This year we have 24 and we have to try and deal with that.
"I know the areas I want to strengthen and we have got to try and get the club right to be able to do that. If we haven't got a market from the Championship or the Premier League, then what are we going to do?
"The whole thing is about building and taking the Chairman to where he wants to go eventually. This is what we have got to try and do."