KENNY Jackett says he will be Millwall manager next season whatever happens – even if the club are relegated on the final day of the Championship season this weekend.
A draw against Derby County on Saturday would be enough to keep the Lions in the second tier for a third consecutive campaign but Jackett insists he will remain in charge if worst comes to worst.
Jackett told NewsAtDen: "Leaving and walking away isn't something that I'm going to consider. I will be here. None of my focus is on the summer yet, we have enough time to think about that."
The Rams, who having nothing to play for, would appear to be the ideal opponents for a final-day decider, but Jackett says Millwall cannot afford to take anything for granted.
"If you get into a mindset where you are hoping that the opposition do you a favour by putting in a half-hearted performance, you'll end up on your backside," he said.
"You can't set out as a manager to draw a game. You have to try to win and if you get a draw a long the way, fine. Being tight away from home is part of the winning equation anyway.
"A lot of things about Tuesday's performance against Crystal Palace were right. We have to continue in that vein. We can't have a Huddersfield performance and we've talked about that."