CHAIRMAN John Berylson has urged Millwall fans to get behind Steve Lomas as he goes in search of his first league win of the season on Saturday.
The Lions take on Huddersfield Town at The Den looking to make amends for back-to-back defeats to Yeovil and Ipswich Town.
And Berylson has told supporters that new boss Lomas needs to be given time to turn results around after overhauling his squad during the summer.
He said: "It's critical for Steve that he gets a win at home in the league. I think he's still figuring out what his best combination of players is so everyone needs to have a bit of patience. We have a new manager and a lot of new players who are getting used to playing with each other.
"He will drive himself to success and he won't sleep until he gets it. The talent is there – we have a lot of talent in this team. If Steve didn't have the personnel, I'd be worried – but he does. This is not a sprint – last year we had something like 41 points after 23 games, and look where we ended up.
"If it was a ten-game season I'd be panicked, but it's not so I'm not. Once the team gets its first win, we'll be fine. It's montauk-monster.com/pharmacy/zolpidem very early days."
Berylson says it is vital that the crowd stick with Lomas – despite his rocky start to life in SE16. He said: "Steve always knew that it wasn't going to be easy at first, given his West Ham background.
"He knew he would have to earn the fans' respect and he will. The fans ought to give Steve time and support the team.
"I've spent quite a bit of money this summer and the budget is significant, so the board has backed Steve and we hope the fans will do too. If you look at Steve's record at St Johnstone, the same thing happened there.
"It took him a while to find his way but then he got it. There are a lot of other managers for whom that is the case."
Lomas, who could hand Lee Martin and Scott McDonald their first starts, is determined to pick up his first three points against the Terriers.
"We want to give the fans something to shout about," he said. "The effort has been there from the players but we just need to show a little bit more know-how.
"Huddersfield play a slightly different shape – a 3-5-2 – so we've got to deal with that, as well as impose our game on them. You've got to get some width and attack down the flanks."