IAN Holloway has challenged his out-of-contract stars to earn new deals.
15 Millwall players are set to become free agents next summer.
But Holloway says extensions will not be offered until the Lions are higher up the table.
He said: "They are going to have to learn that if you want something from me, you have to give me something that I want, which is finishing higher up the table.
"Otherwise we won't have moved forward, will we?
"I have got some decisions to make and a lot of them will be financial and geared towards putting the squad back to where it should be at this club.
"But in the meantime we have to keep things ticking over because results are what matters.
"Everybody knows I could sweep the lot out and clear three quarters of my budget. So the lads should be trying to please me and they are doing that at the moment."