CRYSTAL Palace caretaker boss Keith Millen expects to be in charge for Tuesday night League Cup trip to Walsall. After Palace's disappointing 3-1 defeat to West Ham on Saturday, Millen maintained his interest in the current vacancy at the club. And with eight days of the summer transfer window remaining, the Eagles expect to be busy. "The last couple of days the chairman's left me to concentrate on the West Ham game and that's what we've done," Millen said. "We've got a lot of work to do. The transfer window closes next Monday and everyone knows we need to strengthen the squad. "I know what he's looking for and if he feels I'm the right one to do it. Today's result doesn't have any impact, it's just one result. "I expect to be in charge for the cup match. I'll pick a team and we'll have a good squad of players. "We've got a list of players (targets) and the chairman's looking into it. "It's been a shock to everyone in the circumstances with Tony (Pulis) leaving. It's been a tough week for the club. "I don't think it's going to drag on. We'll have a new direction of where we want to go. If we can bring some more players in before Monday we'll have a good chance. "We'll prepare the lads for Tuesday."
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