CARETAKER boss Keith Millen was disappointed to see his Crystal Palace side concede two sloppy goals in the 2-1 defeat at Arsenal.
The Eagles put in an impressive defensive display but switched off at the end of each half, to allow Laurent Koscielny and Aaron Ramsey to score from close range - both from set-pieces.
Millen, who took charge of Palace after Tony Pulis' departure on Thursday, told Sky Sports: "The biggest disappointment was the manner of the goals [we conceded]. We pride ourselves on being organised from set pieces."
Asked whether he'd still be in charge for next weekend's first home game,a clash with West Ham, Millen added: "I'm in charge on Monday as far as I know.
"I think the chairman will be keen to get a manager in as soon as possible."