FORMER Millwall assistant manager Joe Gallen expects Kenny Jackett to receive a mixed reception when he returns to The Den for the first time this Saturday.
Jackett, now in charge of Wolves, has not been back to South Bermondsey since he stepped down as Lions boss two summers ago.
His resignation in May 2013 brought a five-and-a-half-year tenure at the club to an end.
Gallen, who assisted Jackett for much of that time before following him to Molineux, has praised Millwall's "great supporters" ahead of Wolves' trip to south London this weekend.
But after a warm pre-match welcome, Gallen expects Jackett to get plenty of stick during the 90 minutes.
"I've got a funny feeling the fans will give Kenny a good welcome and then get after him!" he told Wolves' official YouTube channel.
"That's just part of the game and you wouldn't want it any other way. When we were in the other dugout at The Den, that's how we liked it.
"We haven't been back to Millwall since we left and we were there for quite a long time.
"It's an excellent club. There's a reputation about Millwall which is unfounded in my eyes.
"They have great supporters and can create a really intimidating atmosphere. There are good people on the inside and outside of the club.
"I have got nothing but good things to say about Millwall. We're looking forward to seeing some friendly faces."