MILLWALL Manager Neil Harris is under no pressure to sell any player retained for next season.
The Lions boss admits he can't help other clubs becoming interested in his players after relegation to League One, but doesn't have to offload.
And Harris has said the only way players will be leaving is if they are unhappy and wish not to play for Millwall.
“I can't guarantee that no one will bid of our players," Harris said. "We’ve got some good players, so people are going to be interested, of course they are.
"Teams are going to be interested in good players I know, for a fact, the chairman isn't going to sell anybody so that takes it out of the equation if clubs do bid.
"I want happy players, I want players that want to play for the football club and if they don't want to play for the club then they can leave and move on, that's not a problem.