THE Millwall board will meet with Ian Holloway next week to set out the club's future strategy – and analyse the mistakes made this season.
The Lions hierarchy will descend on The Grove hotel in Hertfordshire for their annual three-day sit down after the final game of the campaign against Bournemouth on Saturday.
Chief executive Andy Ambler has revealed discussions will centre on the errors made by the board over the past 12 months, and said a plan would be put in place to rectify them.
Decisions could also be taken on Millwall's out-of-contract players.
"The whole board will be there, and the manager," Ambler said. "That's the four American board members, plus the UK-based board, which includes Peter Garston.
"Next week's meeting is purely football strategy and we will be discussing the way to move the club forward, and we hope to be doing that in the Championship.
"We'll be putting together a plan for the next two to four years.
"The meeting will be all-encompassing but focused solely on the football side of the club. The board meets regularly to discuss commercial strategy and other parts of the business.
"The manager will be spelling out the direction he wants to go in next season and will have an open discussion with the board about that.
"We have to discuss the implications of Financial Fair Play, because the rules are changing, and then move on to discuss individual players at some point.
"But this is more a meeting about the overall structure which those players fit into. It's a full on three days of setting out the future.
"We'll be discussing at length the academy and our recruitment policies.
"We've got a manager who wants to be with us for a long time and a manager with a proven track record, but we'll look back and admit to mistakes.
"Kenny Jackett resigned at this meeting last year, which was a tough time and possibly when some of the mistakes were made.
"We'll look to rectify the mistakes made this season and learn from those. Any mistakes that were made were made honestly."