Interim boss Neil looking to see 'young, hungry and athletic' squad
Neil Harris is expecting Millwall's home form to be much improved next season - no matter what division the club finds itself in.
Since taking interim charge of the senior squad Harris has overseen two wins from five home matches in charge, losing just once, but across the season overall The Lions were victorious only five times at The Den, drawing seven and losing 11.
And Harris, whose side are at Wolves in the final match of the campaign this Saturday, insists that improving the home record should be the starting point of pre-season preparations.
"The bottom line is if you play for Millwall Football Club then you win your home games," he said.
"Whatever happens, whatever League we're in next year, next year's squad will be dominant at home.
"It will be young, it will be hungry, it will be athletic and it will play with Millwall spirit.
"The home record has not been what it should have been. That's not through lack of effort, certainly not; everybody has had a right go.
"That is going to be the starting point in the summer."