NEIL Harris won't stand in the way of anyone who wants to leave Millwall after relegation to League One.
The Lions boss will demand total commitment from his squad next season and insists he won't put up with any unhappy campers.
Harris was yesterday meeting with the club's out-of-contract players to finalise his plans for 2015-16, with many expected to move on.
But departures from The Den won't necessarily be limited to the names on the released list, which could be announced this week.
Harris said: "There are always going to be surprises over the summer and difficult conversations for me to have. All sorts of things come with relegation.
"There might be the odd player who is unsettled or who thinks their future lies at a higher level. If that's their opinion, that's not a problem.
"We want players that are committed to this club and who are ready to come back for pre-season training on June 25 for a tough and challenging year.
"If the players are committed to the cause, then they will be part of my squad.
"If there is any ounce of them that isn't committed or isn't sure, I'll give them the opportunity to see me and we'll look at moving them on."
Harris is ready to make his first moves in the transfer market as Millwall head into an important summer.
"By the end of this week, we'll have a better idea about who is moving on," he added.
"We've got targets in mind already. Can we deliver them? I hope so and I expect to.
"Within two weeks, we'll definitely know who is staying and that will give us a guide in terms of how many signings we need.
"We've not committed to having a certain number of players in the squad, but it's been clear to see that we've had too big a turnover of players. Our squad has been too big.
"We're looking at having a tight-knit squad that's mixed with youth and experience.
"We can't have ten or 12 players who aren't in the squad each week – you become divided that way."
The Lions' budget for next season, which will be one of the biggest in League One, was decided at a board meeting this week.
And Harris will have the opportunity to pay transfer fees for new players.
"The chairman is certainly committed to supporting us," he said.
"We're not just going to be taking free transfers because they're cheap, we need the right people to fit into the club and our style of play.
"If we have to go to a club and ask about a player's availability or price, we will do that.
"We have a budget to work to and we've cut our cloth accordingly for League One but if we want to spend money on a player then we'll do it in the right manner."