IAN Holloway says he will continue to mix up his tactics and starting line-up.
The Lions boss has dismissed the "myth" that continuity is the only route to success.
Millwall's XI and formation has regularly changed from game to game, and Holloway insists it would be a mistake to blindly stick with the same team after a draw or defeat.
So until the Lions are challenging at the top end of the Championship table, he will keep tweaking his set up.
"Sir Alex Ferguson never picked the same team twice – hardly ever," Holloway said.
"We are not Manchester United but if we do not aspire to think like them, then what are we ever going to achieve?
"Bristol City have picked the same team over and over again and they're flying in League One. That's continuity and that's fine if your team wins every week.
"If your team isn't winning, are you going to pick the same team again? For me, it's a myth."
Rather than worry about keeping a settled side, Holloway wants his players to be flexible so that they can adapt to different opponents and situations within games.
He added: "You have to make sure everybody in the squad knows their job and what they should be doing.
"If you go behind in the Championship, you've got to learn different tactics otherwise you'll never break teams down.
"Every team is very good at getting two banks of four in defence. When we were 3-0 down to Wolves, Kenny Jackett actually put five in midfield and we had to break down nine players.
"Luckily for me, I've learned how to do that sometimes. But I said to a fan after the game, 'if we'd started in that formation we'd have been hammered'.
"We will practise things over and over again. And whatever we practise, every player does it. Whether you're in favour or out of favour, I get you doing what's right.
"The best managers in the world train all of their players in the same way and every player will know four or five different formations.
"The top players in the world can switch from formation to formation without any excuses. Whereas the England national team can't! And those are our top players.
"But the Dutch know how to do it. We had a bloke in on trial the other week, John Goossens, and he knew exactly what I was talking about.
"He was quite good but we got him in the wrong year. If this was next year, I'd have taken him because I'd have more of the budget to play with."
Goossens has since signed for Indian Super League outfit FC Pune City.