IAN Holloway has revealed that Millwall now intend to make decisions on their out-of-contract players this month.
The Lions had previously stated that they would not discuss new deals with any members of their squad while the club remained in a poor league position.
But Holloway feels there is too much uncertainty in the dressing room and will confront the issue head-on by offering extensions to those he wants to keep.
On the flipside, those who do not have a long-term future under Holloway could be moved on.
"For all sorts of reasons, there will be different decisions made about people's futures – and the quicker we get to that, the more we'll be able to move forward," Holloway said.
"The players deserve some clarity about their futures as well.
"There might be some players who are excess to what I want but I'll try to treat them with respect and move them out, whilst adding to the squad to make us better."
It's understood Millwall are in the market for a centre back and Holloway confirmed he has "irons in the fire".
He said: "The chief executive and I will endeavour to bring in one or two extra and hopefully we can sign them not just for this season but for next year as well.
"They need to be the right sort of age for us because we need sellable assets.
"What I'm going to do is add in the right areas – we all know where we are – and I've got one or two irons in the fire which we're trying to sort out if we can.
"The chairman is right behind it. There are a couple of positions that I think are vital."