IAN Holloway insists he won't hit the panic button.
Many Millwall fans fear their side is in real danger of being relegated after results conspired against them last weekend.
But Holloway is staying calm after losing 1-0 to Barnsley – and hopes supporters and players alike will do the same.
The Lions boss said: "I've overseen 800 games as a manager so you won't find me panicking.
"When you keep your head while all others about you are losing theirs, that is when you find out what kind of man you are.
"I am not going to lose my head over one lost game by the odd goal. If we had capitulated, lost 5-0 and everyone had stopped trying, then that's totally different.
"But everything has been blown out of proportion because we lost a game.
"If you're going to panic, thank God you're not in the dugout or on the pitch. The last thing I want is my players panicking.
"I have got to make them believe in themselves and work hard, and if I don't get a reaction I won't pick them."
Holloway added: "Nobody wants to go down but I've said that if we do, I am going to carry on and get us back up.
"I'd much rather stay in the division and I'm going to do all I can to facilitate that.
"If that means I have to chuck players out, drive somebody away or bring somebody else in, I will do it.
"I will do whatever it takes to give Millwall fans the team that they want – a team that can fight, tackle and chase lost causes.
"I've seen the players doing that but if this lot aren't good enough to keep doing it, then I'll make changes. But I'm not seeing that at the moment and I don't think that's the problem
"We need a bit of a confidence, to get someone scoring and to score from set pieces. We're going to work in a calm, calculated, hard-working fashion."