NEIL Harris wants to see a bit more quality in the final third from his Millwall side when they host Brighton at The Den tonight.
Harris felt that the Lions' final ball was the only thing letting them down at Bolton on Saturday – but hopes they'll find a killer instinct against the Seagulls.
He said: "I've watched the game back a couple of times over the weekend and I was absolutely delighted with the players.
"We had so much possession and carried most of the attacking threat, just without the quality in the final third – and that was the big difference.
"We've got some experienced players so they know what the difference is. Things have to gell together.
"I said to them 'don't be naive to think that a change of manager brings a change of fortune' because there's a different style of play and I'm asking them to do different things.
"It will come together piece by piece but we haven't got all the time in the world – we're not in pre-season – and results are ridiculously important.
"The difference on Saturday was in the penalty area."
Harris deployed a 4-4-2 formation at the Macron Stadium but with a third central midfielder – Ed Upson – playing on the left wing.
That was a tactic often used by Harris' former Millwall manager Kenny Jackett.
"Norwich came and did the same at our place ten days ago, and I've seen top Premier League sides do it," explained the Lions' interim boss.
"It's not reinventing the wheel, I'll pick personnel based on what the players have done in training, the opposition we're playing against and possibly a gut feeling as well.
"I said to the boys when I took over that what's gone is gone.
"Some things will be in my mind – I've seen the home games and a few away ones – but I'll pick a team based on what happens now.
"I did that to a certain degree with my team and the substitutes at Bolton."