IAN Holloway insists his friendship with Kenny Jackett will be put on hold when Millwall host Wolves at The Den tomorrow.
The two men are close pals from their time working together at QPR – and it was Jackett who persuaded Holloway to fill the vacant Lions hotseat in January.
But ahead of their reunion on Saturday, Holloway said: "I wouldn't be where I am now if it wasn't for Kenny. We'll have a drink together but we'll get our work over with first.
"Kenny returning to The Den is a point of interest but what really matters to me, the players and the fans is the result. Our focus has to be on that."
Newly-promoted Wolves have begun the season in fine form, winning five and drawing four of their first 11 Championship games.
Millwall, meanwhile, have not won a game since August.
"Kenny has got a good montauk-monster.com/pharmacy/propecia team and we looked a half-good team against Derby the weekend before last," Holloway added.
"I have to sieve through things, see where their strengths are and try to combat that by playing people who can do them some harm.
"I'm sure it will be a good game and a great atmosphere.
"Last time I played Wolves they were on their way down and I won 3-0 against them. But a resurgent Wolves under Kenny is a very different proposition.
"They've got used to winning and have carried that on into this division. It's all about applying ourselves in the right manner and getting over a blip.
"With the games we've got coming up, I'm looking for us to get back to winning ways.
"We need to extend our performances into getting proper results – we started off doing that but have fallen away, so let's get back to it."