IAN Holloway has claimed he "doesn't get nervous" and is feeling relaxed ahead of a nail-biting finale to Millwall's season.
The Lions' relegation battle will come to a head on Saturday when they host Bournemouth at The Den, knowing that a win will secure their second-tier status for another year.
A defeat would leave Holloway's side vulnerable to the drop, but third-bottom Birmingham and fourth-bottom Doncaster would have to better Millwall's results to send them down.
Despite the magnitude of the game, Holloway insists he is cool, calm and collected.
"To be honest, I don't really get nervous so I wouldn't say I am nervous after 800 games as a manager," he said.
"I just think it's another opportunity to try and produce another performance.
"I was very, very pleased with lots of the QPR game – obviously we didn't get three but in my mind I had us winning it, so it was unfortunate that we didn't.
"The performance was really good and could have been even better if we'd taken a couple of the chances we created, but to play that well was very pleasing.
"I just want us to do that again."
Saturday's clash is heading for sell-out, with only 1,500 tickets remaining in the home end.
The Lions have not won at The Den in their last eight games but Holloway hopes his players will be able to reproduce recent away performances in their own back yard.
"It has been harder for us to play at home," Holloway said. "The surface at Loftus Road was awesome and hopefully we'll have a little bit of rain so the pitch at The Den isn't dry.
"I want the lads to relax. There will be a massive crowd and hopefully they will appreciate what the boys have been doing over the last seven games to give us this opportunity.
"It hasn't been a good season for any of us but we're doing our absolute best to give ourselves another chance in this division.
"We have got one more game to play and I hope it goes our way, but I cannot tell anybody how it's going to go.
"There's still more work to do but we've managed to take it to the last day and I hope we're all smiling at the end of Saturday, but we've got to earn that right."