IAN Holloway insists Millwall will play their way out of trouble this season.
The Lions are teetering three points above the relegation zone but Holloway is not about to sacrifice his attractive style of play for practical football.
The Millwall boss started four strikers in Tuesday's 1-1 draw with Yeovil and has vowed to continue making "brave" selection decisions in the final 18 games of the season.
He said: "I am going to implement what I want right now, plus a load of different things at the back which I learned when I was at Crystal Palace.
"I am implementing a structure, and I'm seeing it come. I'm going to be brave and I want them to be as brave as me and keep enjoying it. Sometimes you need to believe in a result.
"Against Yeovil, on another day, and with a bit more confidence, we'd have won. It was all a bit rushed – but I understand that, because it was a high-pressure game.
"We need to be more refined in our movements, but we'll get there.
"Every point we get is crucial – I think we have deserved more than the five that we've got in my first six games and I've been very pleased with 80 percent of each game.
"We've been good up to a point in each game, but we've fallen down occasionally on a lack of structure and understanding.
"The players need to be brave on the ball, and I'm going to be brave in my structure.
"I'm going to make them do it my way, and play the way I want us to, even though we're in a relegation scrap.
"We've got to get the balance right but I'm going to stick to my guns and do things how I want them to be done."
Scott McDonald made his first Lions start in almost a month at Huish Park after holding talks with Holloway about his future prior to the close of the January transfer window.
When asked about the Australian, Holloway said: "Management is about realigning people's thoughts, sometimes that's all that needs to be done.
"It was private what I discussed with Scott but he's had some difficult things happen to him during his footballing life and nobody wants to be at a club that's towards the bottom.
"There was a spring in his step on Tuesday, he looked a good player, he got hold of the ball and he had appetite. What more can I say?
"When you play for Millwall, that's what you've got to have and I don't care who you have played for before.
"I'm delighted for Scott and, as I said before, I don't shut the door on anybody. I want to get my good players playing better than they ever did before."