Millwall exceeded all expectations last season, but that has made next season a lot harder.
The Lions finished in eighth place last season, and even looked at one stage that they would finish in the play-offs.
Neil Harris altered little because he kept the style direct with defensive organisation and solidity being key foundations in the 4-4-2 system he utilised.
His transfer business was also limited as he added a few players to the core of the squad, which was largely successful, with George Saville being a standout performer.
Harris will need to keep adding to the team if they want this success to be sustainable, though. They punched above their weight, and teams will have started to work them out, so changes are needed especially personnel as well as potentially a few tactical tweaks.
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