ALAN DUNNE joked he would drive the Millwall team coach if asked to after filling in at centre back against Yeovil on Tuesday night.
The long-serving right back stepped into the breach alongside Danny Shittu at the heart of the Lions defence after an injury to Richard Chaplow forced Shaun Williams into midfield.
And the 31-year-old admits it was a huge relief to be back in competitive action, having been dislodged from the side by Ryan Fredericks during Holloway's first week at the helm.
Dunne said: "I don't think I have ever played at centre back before for the first team – only ever in training games.
"The manager used me there while we were out in Portugal and had a chat with me about it.
"He thinks I can play there if need be because I can read the game well and I'm quite quick.
"I suppose I add a bit of pace there in certain situations. I think I could do a job anywhere across the back four with my experience.
"It was nice to get some minutes again. Ryan has done well since he came in and I respect the manager's decision regardless of who he picks at right back.
"It was great to get on and I felt I did alright at centre back.
"If it benefits the team or the manager, I am available to play anywhere. I've been at Millwall for 22 years and I'll do whatever it takes to stay in the first team.
"If the manager wants me to play in goal, I'll play in goal. If the manager wants me to drive the bus, I'll drive the bus.
"I just want Millwall to do well and I want to be part of that. I'm not selfish, and if lads are playing in front of me I'll get my head down and work my way back in.
"I'm always confident I'll find a way back into the team."
Steve Morison's second-half header salvaged a draw for Millwall at Huish Park, with another crunch clash against Bolton looming at The Den on Saturday.
"Any point in this league is a valuable one," Dunne added.
"It's a point gained on Doncaster and we're now a bit further away from Charlton. It makes our game on Saturday even bigger now, because we can overtake Bolton."