IAN Holloway wants to see the aggressive side of Mark Beevers.
The centre back has missed Millwall's last three games because of a calf injury but returned to training at the start of the week.
And Holloway has asked the 24-year-old to be more imposing – on and off the field – as he bids to win back his place in the starting XI.
"Beevers has got plenty of potential but he has got to pick up what I want him to do, start dominating people and telling people where to go sometimes," said the Lions boss.
"I want him to be a bit more bullish around the place. He is a bit easy-osy, but hopefully we can turn him into something.
"He has had the potential for years and we have got to get that out of him. I expect him to become a leader."