Millwall have made an underwhelming start to the campaign after last season’s heroics of finishing eighth.
With the summer comes the arrivals and departures are indicative of the close off-season.
That was no different for the Londoners who added a plethora of new talent during the permanent and loan transfer windows.
Jiri Skalak was one such addition, moving to The Den from Premier League Brighton and Hove Albion.
The Czech Republic international has made five appearances for Neil Harris’ men so far, out of their six league fixtures.
All from the substitutes bench, Skalak has arguably performed well enough to start on a few occasions, especially after his cameos when the Lions were losing, playing well despite the defeats.
The 26-year-old could be forgiven for feeling irritated having failed to start so far, especially with The Lions’ recent downturn in form with the current starting XI.
With that said, here are two reasons why you’d be fuming if you were in Skalak’s shoes after Millwall’s recent recent form.