STEVE Lomas is confident he will turn things around at Millwall – if given time.
The Lions boss is under pressure after heavy defeats to Birmingham and Bournemouth and is in desperate need of a result against QPR after the international break.
The travelling fans at Dean Court last weekend were chanting 'Lomas Out' after watching their side lose 5-2, but the Northern Irishman has pleaded for patience.
And he has no intention of resigning if results do not improve.
"I will never quit," he said. "Pressure comes with being in management. I had two years at St Johnstone where everything was rosy but even then there were big ups and downs, so it comes with the job.
"I am definitely up for the fight and the challenge of getting lexapro get out your system through these spells.
"I took this job because I wanted to challenge myself. I could have stayed where I was and I was fully aware that this was going to be a very tough job.
"Every manager needs time but you don't always get it – that is the nature of the beast nowadays and you have to accept it. But any fair person overlooking the job I have to come in and do would say it's a big, big challenge for anyone.
"The club wasn't exactly full of life when I took over so we're trying to energise things, and I believe given time I can do that."