NEIL Harris admits he will "naturally gravitate" towards working with Millwall's strikers after returning to the club in a coaching capacity.
The Lions' all-time leading goalscorer says he hopes to breath new life into the likes of John Marquis and Andy Keogh during pre-season training this summer.
Harris said: "There are some super players here but maybe a couple need a little more guidance, support and a few pointers on the pitch. We've got players here that can score.
"I will focus on the centre forwards and my aim is to work with them individually and as a group in training.
"Marquis is certainly an interesting one for me because I saw him come through and progress, so there is work to be done buy levitra with prescription there. Keogh is a fantastic player and I loved playing against him and watching him from the stands because he's a top player.
"I'm going to support Andy and get him back firing and playing week-in-week out."
Harris is hoping that his experiences as a player will help him become a better coach. He said: "I'll try to be myself – a positive character. Communication is a big thing for me – that you talk and guide people.
"That's got to be a two-way thing between players and coaches during training sessions, and certainly before and after games.
"I see that as something for me to do. I am not going to change my mannerisms or personality. I'm relying on my personality to make me a good coach."