MILLWALL chief executive Andy Ambler admits it is a relief to have tied down David Forde and Lee Martin to new deals.
Martin signed a new two-year contract with the Lions on Tuesday, just days after goalkeeper David Forde put pen-to-paper on a three-year extension.
Ambler said: "Lee was a bit like Forde – we spoke to them both straight after the season ended but they had commitments to go away.
"Martin's come back from a holiday, walked straight through the door and we've agreed a two-year deal.
"That was something the manager wanted – re-signing Lee, Carlos Edwards and Forde from last year's team – and we've achieved that."
Martin said that Holloway was the reason he agreed to stay, and the Lions boss added: "I believe there's a lot more to come from Lee.
"I've given him two years and it gives him a chance to be settled and to hopefully produce what I feel he is capable of, and what he started to show towards the end of the season.
"Middlesbrough away he was absolutely fantastic, and at Nottingham Forest it was the best he's played for a long time.
"It's all about confidence with Lee, and I feel he will be at the right place and will be playing a certain type of football that suits him."