FORMER Millwall manager Kenny Jackett got the best out of every player during his time at the club, accoring to ex-Lions star James Henry.
Jackett and Henry will be back at The Den for the first time this Saturday when Wolves travel to south London.
And the winger believes Jackett that deserves huge credit for maximising the squad at his disposal during five-and-a-half years at Millwall.
"He's a fantastic manager who has been excellent for my career, as were Millwall," Henry said.
"At the time when I left, it wasn't that I particularly wanted out – I just felt I needed to freshen things up because I'd been there for a long time.
"Kenny was in a similar situation to me. He was a fantastic manager at Millwall but needed to freshen things up for himself.
"He got the best out of every player at the time and he's doing the same at Wolves. He's a great manager and I'm sure he'll get a great reception for what he did for the club.
"The chance to work with Kenny again was something that I was keen to take up."
Henry, who is hoping to get a warm welcome from Lions fans, is looking forward to seeing some of his former teammates.
"I will have a chat with some familiar faces – the likes of David Forde, Alan Dunne, Scott Malone and Mark Beevers," he said.
"I'll also have a catch up with a few members of staff, like Bobby Bacic. It will be good to see everyone and say hello to some of the fans.
"I'm always looking out for Millwall's results and checking the teamsheet to see who's been playing and who hasn't.
"Millwall is one of the first results in look for in the Championship."