IAN Holloway has revealed that he is unlikely to make "massive changes" to the Millwall squad this summer.
The Lions boss will attend a three-day board meeting this week to plan for the future and has revealed he plans to build a new team around the existing "core" of players.
Holloway admitted that Millwall's end-of-season form has made him reconsider the extent of the overhaul needed at The Den during the close season.
"I've literally ripped up the list of transfer targets – so well done to my players," he said.
"It's all about wanting to be here, playing the way that I want and showing passion – and I think you can see that.
"We need to keep the ball and be a bit braver, and the fans need to understand where I'm going, but I'm really looking forward to next season.
"I'm excited about the young players at the club, getting the balance of the squad right and trying to get a better team for the chairman because he deserves one.
"He's a wonder fella and I've really enjoyed working with Andy Ambler – how calm he is and how he works.
"I'm looking forward to Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday because I've already got some things worked out and written down to show to the board.
"I want to grow the club and I'm excited about doing that. We've got five or six young kids who I can't wait to work with.
"I'm going to dissect what we've already got, who we're already committed to and where that leaves us with Financial Fair Play, because there are new rules coming in.
"The chairman might have to spend some money to make massive changes but I'm not sure I want to really. We've got a core going.
"I want to move the place forward. I'll have a little bit of time off and I'll be on the phone left, right and centre but I've got a chief scout and last year I didn't have one at Palace.
"That damn nearly killed me!"