Millwall's interim boss Neil Harris says the club's fans can expect to see heart and desire from the players in Tuesday's Sky Bet Championship clash with Brighton & Hove Albion.Harris was placed in charge after the departure of Ian Holloway and watched his side lose 2-0 to Bolton Wanderers on Saturday, which was their fifth successive defeat.
The result left them nine points from safety but Harris says the players will be giving it their all against the Seagulls.
"The fans can turn up on Tuesday night in their numbers expecting to see a Millwall performance," he said. "They can expect to see heart and desire.
"I can't promise a result but we will certainly be doing everything to get a positive one.
"We're desperate to get that win and we're desperate for them to see goals, balls in the box and excitement.
"The fans have stuck with the players and that is a huge positive. I'll ask the supporters to keep doing what they are and play their part.
"They will see effort, desire and hunger in the team to play for them. They will identify with a Millwall team on Tuesday night."