MANAGER Neil Harris has called for patience with Millwall's young players.
The Lions ended Saturday's 1-1 draw against Wimbledon with nine academy graduates on the pitch.
Academy product Jack Powell took the corner that initially set-up fellow graduate Sid Nelson for a last minute equaliser at Kingsmeadow.
And Harris has said his young stars will make mistakes but, they will improve with support from all associated with the club.
"They're going to make bad decisions but we need to be patient." Harris said.
"Yeah, they're going to be exciting, but they're going to have time.
"Fred Onyedinma certainly and Kris Twardek possibly they're going to be in the team and flying and then they'll make mistakes in the odd game or two where they might not be at it.
"That's where we need to be patient as a group and as a manger and certainly as a fan base.
"These guys are hopefully going to be at this club for a long time and push us through the divisions, to get us where want to be."