IAN Holloway won't tolerate any moaning from his players this season.
That is because the Lions squad can now channel their concerns through a newly-formed complaints committee.
Holloway has asked to receive regular feedback from his troops as the campaign progresses – and will attempt to remedy all issues within two months.
The Millwall boss would not confirm who will sit on the problem panel but said the idea was part of his ambition to improve every single aspect of the club.
And he hopes giving his players the chance to speak openly, via official channels, will take away any excuses they might offer up after a poor result.
"They have got a route to complain about things and make things better," Holloway said, speaking ahead of the season-opener against Leeds United on Saturday.
"There's no moaning anymore – we're all part of making something better. They now have a way of voicing their opinions, whatever is on their minds.
"It could be anything – maybe they aren't happy with how and when we travel to away games, for instance when we play Sheffield Wednesday on a Tuesday night.
"I want them to take more of a responsibility for what we do, although I will make the final decisions. They can now have a say and I think it's working.
"There will be a committee for the players to go to and they can give me five things to change every 50 days.
"When I first walked through the door, everyone was moaning – and they were all good at making excuses. But I won't allow that to happen this year."