"I regret things that have happened but it's time to move on.
"I don't like the way I'm portrayed in the press but I have to put up with it and it won't stop me playing football."
He said: "I've made it quite clear to Dennis we want him to come here and compete.
"He'll intimidate the opposition but, because of his reputation, it's got be controlled. I don't want him to miss half his games."
Wise should now make his Millwall debut against Coventry City at Highfield Road on Saturday.