LIAM Trotter will be doing everything he can to help Bolton beat Millwall.
The ex-Lions midfielder, who moved to the Reebok Stadium on loan in January with a view to a permanent deal, is ineligible to play in Saturday's game between the two clubs.
But he admits he will be giving his new teammates and manager Dougie Freedman the lowdown on what to expect at The Den.
"I'm only on loan so I can't play, unfortunately," Trotter told the Bolton News.
"I was there for four years so I know it inside out. I'll be giving as much advice and help as I can. It'll be tough down there, I know that much.
"Millwall are a team on the up and Holloway has come in and done well.
"It is a difficult place for away sides, a good atmosphere, and everyone knows the fans are very, very passionate and try to get behind the team.
"But at times you can turn them against the team. That's what Bolton have got to try and go down there and do."