MILLWALL chief executive Andy Ambler says the club will "take their time" to appoint a new manager in the wake of Kenny Jackett's resignation.
Ambler admits he has already been bombarded with calls from out-of-work managers and agents expressing an interest in the job since news of Jackett's exit broke.
But he insists the Lions are in no hurry to make a quick decision. He told NewsAtDen: "I have had about 27 messages already but we've got time.
"We'll take our time – there's no rush. People will apply – probably people that we won't expect. We are a stable Championship club going into our fourth year in the division.
"There's nobody at the top of the tree. We will take our time and make sure we think carefully about what's a very, very important appointment.
"Kenny has left us with a very stable base. We know we've got work to do over the summer and we know where our weaknesses lie, but we're looking forward to moving the club onwards.
"Who we chose to manage us we will see over the course of time. Kenny has given us time not to make any rash decisions and we will look at it from all the angles."