LIAM Feeney has insisted he is fully committed to Millwall's cause after being recalled early from an enjoyable loan spell at Bolton.
And the winger, who manager Steve Lomas admitted had been "disappointed" to leave the Reebok Stadium, will not sulk now that he is back at The Den.
Feeney came on as second-half substitute in the 1-1 draw with Reading last weekend on his return to the Lions fold – but admits he wants to start games.
The 26-year-old's month-long stint with Dougie Freedman's side has put him back "in a good place", and he is now determined to turn his Millwall career around.
"It has given me a new lease of life and I'm confident in myself again," Feeney said. "I know I'm good enough to play in the Championship and what I can bring to the team. I've been performing well so now that I am back hopefully I can reproduce the same form."
And Feeney has told Millwall fans they should have no doubts about his loyalty after Bolton backed out of a deal to sign him permanently.
"Commitment is never an issue with me," he added. "It doesn't do me any good to sulk – that's not going to get me anywhere. I'm not a bad professional.
"I train hard every day and if my chances to play are few and far between, I'm not going to do myself an injustice when I do get a chance.
"I want to play and show everyone how good I am. Sulking or not trying my hardest haven't ever crossed my mind – and wont."
Feeney had been due to stay with Wanderers until Christmas but Lomas exercised his right to recall the pacey wideman after 28 days.
"After the first four weeks I found myself settled, I'd been playing every game and results had started to turn since I'd been there, so I was feeling good," Feeney said.
"Thinks were working out for me so it was a bit of a shock more than anything to get called back. Obviously that was the gaffer's decision and I haven't got a problem with that. My aim is to play more games for Millwall. It's not really in my hands but as long as I'm playing football, I'm happy.
"In football you can't take anything for granted so I went up there knowing that it was a loan and there was a possibility of staying there at the end of it. That's where I stood with it. I just seized the chance to play regularly and took each week as it came."