Ian Holloway wants lengthy Millwall stay

Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway looks on during a pre season friendly match between Dagenham and Redbridge and Crystal Palace on July 20, 2013
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Ian Holloway says that he would like to be Millwall manager for "longer than six years".

Ian Holloway has revealed that he would like to stay at Millwall for many years.

The former Crystal Palace manager took over at the start of the month and won on his home debut against Ipswich Town on Saturday.

"I'd like to be here longer than six years. I can't say that now because they might not like me. But everything I value and have been brought up with, [chairman] John [Berylson] carries it in his heart and we are on the same page," the Daily Star quotes Holloway as saying.

"What I'm trying to say is please join me on my journey. I want it to be the best trip we've ever been on."

Millwall are 20th in the Championship.

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