JOHN Berylson has been branded the "best chairman in the Football League" by Millwall chief executive Andy Ambler.
The American supremo pumped more money into the club than ever before this season and his passion for the Lions is at an all-time high with Ian Holloway at the helm.
And Ambler, who has been Berylson's right-hand man during his seven-year tenure at The Den, says Millwall are fortunate to have such a committed owner.
"John has got his spark back and he is as enthusiastic now as I have ever seen him," Ambler said. "You can see a skip in his step and he's very excited about next season.
"At the Player of the Year dinner, fans were saying that it's great for Ollie that we stayed up, but there's only one person we need to look after and that's the chairman.
"Without him, we can't do what we all do. Fact. He's been here for seven years and it's been a great journey. His loyalty and his passion you can't fault.
"I don't think there is a better chairman in the Football League – I don't. I have never had a better working relationship with someone – he's very loyal and knows what he wants.
"I find him a pleasure to work for and we have to nurture him and keep him involved.
"We have to make sure that John doesn't reach a tipping point and I think appointing Ollie has been absolutely vital in that sense.
"The best thing that happened this season was that I met Ollie, asked him to come back the next day and John flew over to convince him to be our manager."