CHRIS Taylor has confirmed he wants to stay at Millwall and the winger believes talks over a new contract will be straightforward.
The Lions are poised to open negotiations with Taylor next week after his impressive debut season in South London and the 26-year-old is keen to sign an extension on his one-year deal.
"I'd like to stay – 100 per cent," Taylor told NewsAtDen. "I think it came out in the press the other day that they are going to start talking to me after the Charlton game, which is first-class.
"Hopefully negotiations won't take long and we can get something sorted, because I want to stay – and hopefully they want to keep me. I don't think there will be too many problems."
Taylor has made 21 appearances this season, scoring goals against Birmingham City and Leicester City, and flourished in a new central midfield role against Blackburn Rovers in the FA Cup.
But he believes boss Kenny Jackett took a risk by signing him in the first place after his form dipped for former club Oldham in the second-half of last season.
"Coming to Millwall is the best decision I've ever made," he said. "I'm glad the gaffer had faith in me and wanted to sign me. Truth be told, my last six months at Oldham weren't good enough.
"I didn't play well and I wouldn't be surprised if a lot of Championship teams lost interest in me. But the gaffer had seen me play before and he thought he could get my confidence going again.
"I think he has done that and a big thanks go to him and his staff for that – they have been first-class with me since I've come here."
Taylor's incessant work rate has seen him become an instant hit with Millwall fans and the winger believes their support has been a factor in his success at The Den.
"The fans are first-class," he added. "They've been fantastic with me since I first walked through the door. I've bought into what they are about.
"The gaffer told me that if I give my all for them, they'll back me – even if I make a mistake. I feel a bit more relaxed knowing that I'll be alright as long as I show I'm caring and committed."