STEVE Lomas plans to hold talks with each member of Kenny Jackett's backroom staff to decide whether they will be staying on at Millwall under his leadership.
It remains unclear whether assistant boss Joe Gallen, first team coach Tim Breacker or goalkeeping coach Kevin Pressman will follow Jackett to Wolves or work alongside Lomas.
But the new Lions boss is hoping to resolve each of their futures in the coming days. He said: "Kenny has left Joe and Tim here.
"I know them both, I played with Tim and Joe was at QPR working with the youngsters so we will sit down and have a chat to see what their plans are.
"I am coming here alone so we will assess everything this week. Kevin Pressman is another one – we will have a chat but I don't see a problem with it."
Lomas was introduced to the media at a press conference yesterday and also spoke about his disciplinary record in Scotland. The former St Johnstone was hit with an eight-match touchline ban last season for his reaction to a controversial decision against Celtic.
He said: "I'm passionate on the sideline. I don't mind losing but you can lose in the right way, with passion and fight.
"There were three incidents with referees in Scotland. Two of them were pretty silly but I am big enough to admit I went too far on the third occasion.
"It was possibly the worst decision I have ever seen in my time in football, but maybe I went too far. An eight-game ban was a bit much though."