IAN Holloway has told Millwall fans not to panic about their side's alarming run of form.
Holloway has called for calm ahead of tonight's visit to Brighton and is confident the Lions "will be good enough" to climb the table over the coming weeks and months.
The Millwall boss said: "We have got a tough couple of games coming up against teams who are down the bottom with us but we've got loads of games left this year.
"We should be looking forward to getting better results. We managed to do it last year when everything looked lost. All I want is for us to succeed.
"That is all that I am here for. If anyone thinks that I want to be down the bottom of the league and struggling, they've got another thing coming.
"Don't panic. We have got 26 games left to get the team settled and when we're calm, I think we'll be good enough.
"I do apologise again about last Saturday because I didn't expect that at all.
"We've got to stick together and keep trying because this division is absolutely brutal."