MILLWALL have come to the end of their five-day training camp in Portugal and are preparing to leave for London.
The squad will meet again on Monday morning at Calmont Road to get ready for the friendly against Bromley the following evening.
And midfielder Ed Upson, who scored two goals in 36 games last season, said the trip was a thorough success.
“There is a good atmosphere around the group with a lot of camaraderie at the moment.
“The rustiness has gone and everyone is looking really good and sharp.
“We have had long meetings and spoken about our aim for the season. We’re really excited.”
The 25-year-old former Yeovil Town player will be one of the more experienced members of Millwall's midfield next season after the departures of the likes of Richard Chaplow and Nicky Bailey.
And he is determined to be an example to Ben Thompson, 19, and 21-year-old Jack Powell, both of whom were part of Neil Harris’ first-team squad towards the end of last season.
Speaking to the club’s website he said: “It’s just another part of football and another responsibility to take on and look after the younger lads to make sure everyone is doing it right.”