RICARDO Fuller wants to help Millwall's youngsters on and off the pitch.
The 34-year-old says he will pass on his considerable wisdom to the Lions' rising stars to help them become better players.
That could mean they are on the end of the occasional grilling from the Jamaican, who added that he will be blunt and to the point in the dressing room.
But Fuller also explained that honesty should work both ways.
"All the young players had total respect for me at Blackpool and Charlton," he said.
"When I'd arrive at training in the morning, I'd see brightness on their faces.
"We'll have a laugh here but on the pitch I'll tell them as it is because I put myself in a position where I demand everything from myself and I expect the same from the younger players.
"When I see a simple pass that they should deal with better, I will tell them and I'll expect them to tell me as well when I make a mistake.
"I'm a senior player but we’re all in it together and we all want the same results. We all want to win.
"If one link breaks the chain, the whole thing will fall apart. Every link has to fit the chain and if the link doesn't fit, the manager will step in.
"I just try to be one with the team and be honest with everybody. I think people respect me and look up to me because of that."