REGARDLESS of whether Millwall are playing in League One or the Championship next season, Neil Harris says the club's priority must be to improve results at The Den.
The Lions will drop into the third tier if Rotherham beat Reading tomorrow night.
If the Millers fail to win, Millwall will travel to Wolves on the final day of the season this Saturday knowing that victory could be enough for them to survive.
But Harris already has one eye on next year, and believes that picking up more points on home soil has to be the Lions' main ambition in 2015-16.
Millwall won just five of their 23 league games in SE16 this year.
Harris said: "It's not whether we're relegated or not – it's whatever happens and whichever league we're in next year, the squad will be dominant at home, young, hungry and athletic.
"It will play with a Millwall spirit.
"It's clear to see the home record hasn't been what it should've been.
"That's certainly not down to a lack of effort – everybody's had a right go – but that's going to be the starting point in the summer."