Lions boss Neil looking for players to maintain performance levelLions boss Neil Harris expects his team to maintain the intensity of their recent performances against Wolves on Saturday.
Millwall's relegation to League One was confirmed earlier this week but Harris - appointed manager on a permanent basis on Wednesday - insists that his players will go to Molineux fully focused on picking up all three points against Kenny Jackett's side, who are still in the hunt for a Play-Off place.
"Every game is a test and every day in training is a test for my players," Harris said.
"What are they playing for, my players? They are playing for the club, they are playing for me and, most importantly, they are playing for each other.
"Nothing changes for us. We will be physical, we will be exciting, we will have pace in the team and we will certainly be aggressive.
"The winning mentality started seven weeks ago and slowly but surely it's growing all the time. That continues on Saturday and next season it is paramount from day one.
"This Saturday we go to beat Wolves and we will have a strong line-up with some good young players on the pitch."