IAN Holloway believes that the integration of Millwall's promising academy players with the first-team set up is going well.
Fred Onyedinma, Jack Powell, Josh Siafa, Ben Thompson and Aiden O'Brien have all featured for the senior side this season.
Blooding more homegrown talent was one of Holloway's key pre-season aims.
And he says the progression of his young Lions bodes well for the future.
"I'm really pleased that we are integrating some of our youngsters into the group and the group is accepting them," he said. "I've got to keep doing that.
"I already know that some of our kids will be ready for next year. In the meantime I need to give them some experience.
"That could be by training with the first montauk-monster.com/pharmacy/diflucan team, going out on loan or being in and around the squad on a matchday.
"They have to learn how to deal with the ups and downs of a game. Did you play well? Why didn't you play so well?
"Using Powell as an example, why didn't he play well against Ipswich in a slightly different position? He's having to deal with that.
"And when we went away recently, he was on his phone a lot. It's little things like that which I have to observe.
"This is what people don't see but my job is to mould them and make sure they're ready for it. But Jack has already shown me there will be a place in the team for him next year."