NEIL Harris and Scott Fitzgerald do not expect to be responsible for the buying and selling of players during the January transfer window.
The caretaker duo took charge of their second Millwall match on Wednesday, a 3-1 home defeat to Leicester City.
Asked afterwards whether they will be able to strengthen the squad during their time as interim bosses, Harris said:
"We wouldn't be doing our jobs properly if we weren't looking at areas of the squad that we think need strengthening, but are we going to do anything tomorrow?
"No – that isn't down to Scott and I. Mick Harford, who is our head of recruitment, is being diligent, seeing what's needed and having some ideas in place for the new manager.
"Who comes in or goes out will be down to him. We'll have our own opinions and a strategy ready to go, rather being in the cold, but the new manager will make the decisions."
Despite losing to the table-topping Foxes on New Year's Day, midfielder Richard Chaplow, who scored Millwall's goal, is staying upbeat.
"I think we gave a good account of ourselves," he said. "Our final ball in the final third was probably lacking a little bit – if we'd got that right, we could have run out winners.
"At 2-1, we were throwing the kitchen sink at them and it was one of those where you either equalise or concede a third on the counter, albeit off the back of a push on Lee Martin.
"There were a lot of positives from the performance and if we continue to play like that, we'll pick up more than enough points.
"The first goal killed us a little bit because it was the first home game after Steve Lomas had been sacked and obviously the fans were all behind us looking forward to a fresh start.
"To concede after six minutes put a bit of a downer on it. I thought the way we responded and played after that warranted a goal and we deserved to be level by half time.
"But we did the same again at the start of the second half which was like shooting ourselves in the foot.
"Neil and Scott are a very positive pair. They know the club and what the fans want. At Doncaster we probably didn't play as well as we did against Leicester, but I think they were two better performances.
"We've been slightly more attacking and the lads are relishing it."