IAN Holloway has given his players the choice of staying at home or in hotel rooms ahead of Saturday's derby at Fulham.
And Millwall will pay to put up those who choose the latter option.
For previous away matches in London, the Lions squad would either do one or the other – and a majority decision would be taken before each game.
But after consulting with his newly-formed player committee, Holloway has agreed to be more flexible and allow each member of his squad to make their own plans – at the club's expense.
The Lions boss said: "The travelling is a little bit different for this game – some of them are going to book a hotel and we've agreed to pay for that, which is different.
"Normally they pay for themselves [if only a few stay in a hotel].
"I have asked my committee about this. It's only Fulham away, so where are we going to go before the game and what are we going to do?
"One or two of them would prefer to stay in a hotel overnight. We will all meet there in the morning for pre-match, but personally I don't want everyone to stay overnight.
"I think they're better off in their own beds if its a local game.
"But some of them are staying in a room and were going to pay for it themselves, but I've said that they can do that.
"We'll make sure things are done professionally. We did something similar last year before QPR when some stayed over and some didn't.
"It's about what we all want and what suits us. The players have a say and it's working.
"We're working together. They have an input but there's no moaning. If I can't change things, that's that but this is a little bit I can do."