JOHN Beryslon says Millwall cannot afford to exceed Financial Fair Play regulations in the hope that the rules will be changed in the future.
The Lions are right on the limit of what they are allowed to spend each year – and are likely to be hit with a transfer embargo in January 2016, when the restrictions get even tighter.
Championship clubs are widely-expected to revise the boundaries of FFP at some point but an agreement on what changes to make could not be reached in the summer.
This December, teams will submit their financial reports for last season and those posting losses of more than £8million will, under the rules, be subject to a transfer embargo.
Up to five clubs are expected to be banned from signing players. For the time being, Millwall will comply.
But the FFP threshold will drop to £6m next year. It is projected that the Lions losses for the current campaign will leave them generic lexapro better vulnerable to disciplinary action.
Chairman Berylson, whose investment in the Lions now stands at around £33million, says he is unable to significantly increase Ian Holloway's budget.
He explained: "We are at the limits of FFP and I don't know if the rules are going to change in the future.
"If you talk to other clubs, some of them like these restrictions. Personally I've always been in favour of a salary cap."
Beryslon has been recovering at home in Boston after undergoing knee surgery last month. But he has watched all of Millwall's recent matches via a video feed.
"I'm hoping that keeping Derby scoreless has been a bit of a turning point," he added.
"I thought the team played really well and Ian Holloway's idea of playing other people and mixing it up paid off.
"Some of these young players, like Aiden O’Brien, are our future.
"We have been taking two steps forward and one step back so far this season but I didn't expect anything different."