24 MILLWALL players are due to become free agents next summer but Ian Holloway does not believe that uncertainty is affecting the morale in his squad.
The Lions boss has has previously stated that talks about new deals will not take place until the club is higher up the Championship table.
Holloway admits the situation is not ideal but he says there is no doubting the committment and togetherness in the group.
He said: "I hope they are all trying to get a contract with us and with me. And at the minute, their efforts tell me that they are trying to do that.
"They've all got great attitudes and I'll try to give them clarity. In the meantime, I'll demand that every one of them gives us a decent day's work.
"And we'll treat those we don’t sign with respect because we're Millwall. But you can see the spirit in the group from the comeback against Bournemouth.
"We all believe things will turn and the way the lads are fighting for each other is fantastic.
"Every single one of them has been absolutely foot-perfect in the last couple of weeks.
"The lads are working their nuts off and I'll applaud anyone who does that for me."