IAN Holloway says he is more determined than ever to be a successful Millwall manager after Saturday's demoliton by Middlesbrough.
Holloway took "full responsibility" for the heavy 5-1 defeat and has asked fans to direct their frustrations at him rather than the players.
"It was a bad day at the office and I'm having a terrible few months at the office but we've got to get on with it," said the Lions boss.
"At the minute it is not going the way I wanted it do and I do apologise but I am not going to stop. I'm more determined to get it right.
"I have no problem with all the shouts at the end. I'll take full responsibility – it's my fault, please don't blame my players.
"I have no issue with whatever people want to say to me. My CV stands up for itself – you build yourself a reputation and out of my 850-odd games, that felt the worst.
"I couldn't care any more if I tried and if that's not good enough, then shoot me. I'm going to keep caring and make sure every one of my players cares as well.
"But first off I have to protect them. I don't think they meant to do that on Saturday so just give it to me because we changed shape and sometimes that can be disorientating.
"That's what it looked like. My players are a lot better than they played – I hate to say it. We have got to get stronger.
"It has been a really strange season because we started brilliantly and now it feels awful but it's never that bad.
"We're still in the Championship, we got the right results last year and I'm still trying to build something."