IAN Holloway says Millwall will be less "gung-ho" against Bolton on Saturday.
The Lions manager started four strikers and two attacking midfielders in the 1-1 draw with Yeovil in midweek but is wary of being caught on the counter attack by the Trotters.
So Holloway admits his approach will be more cagey.
He said: "Bolton have got a very distinctive counter-attacking style. They will try to catch us on the break, so I'm not sure I'll be as bold as I was the other evening.
"I expected an open game on Tuesday because Yeovil were going to go long, quite direct, and I hoped there would be spaces for my front four to utilise.
"Bolton will plan on us being very open and will hope to counter-attack, so I do not think I'll be quite as gung ho.
"I've identified some weaknesses in us. We don't lock things down once we go attacking – we struggle to defend after our own attacks. Teams can break on us too easily.
"We can be a bit naive at times."
Holloway added: "If Bolton have got a vulnerable spot at the moment, it is their back four, so we'll try to get at them and put them under pressure.
"We need to push our full backs up and get more crosses in. Against Yeovil, we put the ball across and Morison scored a very simple goal, but that can be hard to deal with."
Millwall will move six points clear of third-bottom Charlton with victory tomorrow, albeit having played three more games than the Addicks, who are in FA Cup action.
"We're still looking over our shoulders because other teams have played fewer games, but if we get the right result on Saturday we can go above Bolton," Holloway said.
"I won't underestimate Bolton, but I'm confident we can beat them.
"If we can draw away and win at home, we won't have too many problems. I am trying to get the lads into an optimistic frame of mind so that they're anticipating a good result.
"It's about getting them out of the malaise they were in. I think that's gradually coming. I don't think they've actually given me a bad performance yet."