Jed Wallace has been an increasingly influential figure in Millwall’s side over the last few years, and whilst he has often been a player who has gone under the radar, the past two seasons have seen the 27-year-old gain the attention that he deserves.
Scoring four times and assisting four already this season, the versatile attacker is once again proving to be an excellent player at Championship level.
Last time out, Wallace chipped in with 10 goals and seven assists, whilst the season prior, he scored 10 and assisted 12.
Struggling to breakthrough at Wolves, the 27-year-old joined Millwall in 2017, and it appears he is continuing to improve and see his influence grow as seasons go by.
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However, Wallace has less than 12 months on his contract, with his future with The Lions looking rather uncertain.
What do we know so far?
Addressing his contract situation earlier in the month during an interview with News at Den, Wallace outlined that his dream is to get Millwall promoted to the Premier League, but also said that he is not thinking about his contract at the moment.
However, Millwall’s talismanic figure is attracting interest from the higher division.
Football League World exclusively revealing in September that Brentford, Burnley, Crystal Palace, Newcastle United, and West Ham United, were all interested parties, with Celtic and Rangers also being credited with an interest.
Is a new deal likely to happen?
As he nears the expiration of his deal at The Den, it will be no surprise to see more teams monitor his progress.
Wallace is perhaps deserving of a chance in England’s top-tier, and subsequently, it will be no surprise to see him plying his trade in the Premier League next season.
The possibility of Wallace signing a new deal with the club is also there, as it is clear to see that he has ambitions of progressing Millwall.
However, a chance to play in the Premier League is an exciting prospect, and given the opportunity, it will be difficult to turn it down.