Neil Harris believes Millwall deserved to draw against Sheffield Wednesday.

Jordan Rhodes’ header just before half-time proved to be the winner after Tom Elliott initially cancelled out Adam Reach’s early opener.

The Lions are still seven points clear of the relegation zone despite extending their winless away run to eight league games.

Millwall boss Harris said: “Sheffield Wednesday were excellent for the first 20, 25 minutes. They showed their quality.

“Don't get me wrong, we helped them out - our shape and decisions to press the ball were poor and unlike us.

“However, we then got a foothold in the game with the equaliser and between then and their second goal, I thought we were excellent. We were the dominant side. But, it's a poor goal to give away.

“We can't give top players like Jordan Rhodes an opportunity in the penalty area like that. 

“The boys came in a bit disappointed at half-time, but I reminded them of where we are at the moment and how well we've done now up to now - and the second-half was excellent. We controlled the game for 30, 35 minutes and were the most dangerous.

“We should've scored at least once. I tried to chase the game and be more aggressive with the substitutions.

“We could've lost a third goal because of that, but that's the risk you have to take. The subs didn't quite have the impact I would've like, but there are plenty of positives to take from tonight.”