IAN Holloway will have mixed feelings if Millwall stay up on Saturday.
The Lions go into their final-day decider against Bournemouth this weekend looking to end the season on an eight-game unbeaten run.
If Millwall go another match without defeat, and avoid relegation in the process, Holloway admits he will be disappointed that the campaign is over.
He said: "Saturday is another opportunity and if we can play as well as we have done again, I'll be a bit disappointed that the season has ended.
"We've just got things going – it's felt like a long time but it's starting to come. Ideally I'd want us to keep playing like this.
"It was a big task and a big job for me, and I want to see some sunlight bursting out the end of the tunnel come 5pm on Saturday
"It's nice to see the lads playing well because I wouldn't want them to go into the summer remembering how poor our form had been – if anything I wish we had more games.
"The most important thing is that they're feeling good about each other because that isn't easy when you've been losing for so long.
"Hopefully we can finish off the job that nobody thought we'd do."