Millwall’s season ended in defeat to Wigan at the weekend, with Neil Harris’ side ending the season in 21st place, just four points above relegated Rotherham.
The Wigan defeat also signified striker Lee Gregory’s final game for the Lions after five seasons at the Den, with the 30-year-old a target of Stoke City, according to the South London Press.
So, how will Millwall fans be feeling at the prospect of losing Gregory?
“He’ll be a big loss for Millwall, particularly if he moves to one of their Championship rivals.
“He has a tireless work rate and has been a solid player for Millwall over the years.
“However, there are probably more potent strikers out there so Millwall can now look for someone who has a more consistent goalscoring record.”
“They’ll replace him.
“He’s not prolific and he’s coming towards the end of his shelf life.
“I think they’re in a decent position actually, they need to progress and him leaving gives them that chance.
“Gregory has been a fantastic servant to the club for so long, and it is never nice to see someone like that leave.
“Given his presence on and off the pitch, this will also be a concern looking ahead to next season, off the back of what has been a difficult campaign.”
“Gregory is an experienced striker in the Championship and has a very respectable goal record in the division.
“He is a big influence both on the pitch and in the dressing room.
“He has been an important player for Millwall over the past few seasons and fans will be sad to see him go.”