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‘He can be a match-winner for them’ – Millwall’s one most prized asset: The verdict



Millwall have endured a poor start to the season under manager Neil Harris, with the Lions well off the pace in the Championship down in 20th place, with only 10 points to show from 12 rounds of matches.

Neil Harris will be hoping his side can get back on track when they travel to fellow strugglers Reading after the international break, for a fixture that has now become a real basement clash.

But who is Millwall’s one most prized asset?

We discuss…..

George Dagless

It’s hard to pick one.

Millwall have a collective more than standout individuals – that’s what makes them strong.

I’m going to say Lee Gregory for the quality he brings, though, as he can be a match-winner for them.

Gary Hutchinson

Tom Bradshaw is a top player who will do well for them, but he’s still settling in.

I really like Tom Elliott too, although he’s perhaps not one of their top players right now.

It’s always hard with Millwall because they cultivate a side much stronger than the individuals within it.

Jacob Potter

Jed Wallace.

Wallace hasn’t hit the run of form that he would have liked to so far this season with just one goal to his name in 11 appearances, but if he is to recapture the sort of form that saw him earn a move to Wolves in 2015, he is sure to be Millwall’s most prized asset.

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