IAN Holloway says Millwall can improve on their opening-day display against Leeds United.
Goals from Mark Beevers and Shaun Williams handed the Lions the perfect start to the new campaign in front of a sell-out crowd at The Den on Saturday.
But despite the 2-0 victory, Holloway is confident his side can play even better.
He said: "I saw so much that we have been talking about – but there's always little bits to improve and I felt there was a period in the game where we stopped.
"I wanted the substitutions to make a bigger impact than they did so there are thinks to look at and work on."
Beevers swept the Lions in front in the eighth minute before Williams' late penalty sealed the points.
"We should've had a penalty before we got one," Holloway said. "It's completely outrageous – again.
"Martyn Woolford beat two people, made them look a bit silly and I can't understand why that isn't a penalty. It's not even close to not being one.
"After that we wobbled a bit, they put on Matt Smith who's a real handful and we didn't get tight enough to stop them hitting the ball to him. We looked a bit vulnerable.
"We could have easily lost a goal which would have knocked us and the crowd.
"But overall, I'm really pleased for everybody at the club and it's a proud day for us.
"We've got another 45 games to do that again and again and again.
"I was pleased for the lads. This time last year we lost to Yeovil so this is a step forward."
Millwall fans were given a first glimpse of new strikers Lee Gregory and Ricardo Fuller.
"Fuller had it tough – they were throwing him around," Holloway said. "I thought he did well but he only feels 75 percent fit because he joined us late in the summer.
"Gregory will settle down. He got us the penalty but he could have scored and on another day he will score, so I'm delighted for him to get out there and experience it.
"I totally believe him and I'm sure our fans will love him, because he will score for us."