Under-fire Millwall manager Nigel Spackman has asked for backing from the Lions faithful as he bids to move the club away from the wrong end of the League One table.
Spackman's side have won just once in nine league games, while they were trounced 4-0 by Southampton in the Carling Cup second round in midweek.
However, former Barnsley boss Spackman is confident of an upturn in fortunes in the near future.
He said: "I would say to supporters, if you want Millwall to do well please turn up and get behind the team. If you don't want to support me then fair enough.
"No-one likes losing, but we've got to stick together. We'll turn it round but we need support from the fans.
"If the supporters think changing the manager again is what is needed, then keep shouting for it, but I'm here to do a job."