Millwall manager Neil Harris says the club are going to be quiet for the remainder of the transfer window.

The Lions made their sixth and seventh signings of the summer window in the shape of Jake Cooper from Reading yesterday, and most recently, Ryan Tunnicliffe from Fulham earlier today.

Harris said: “I think where I started the season with the seven personnel where I wanted to bring in positions, I have done. I think we are going to be reactive now, we have been proactive since January, bringing the targets for positions in.

“It is now going to be if we lose somebody to injury, to illness, going somewhere else because they want to play football somewhere, then I have got to assess what I want to do.

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“But I have no plans to bring anyone in immediately.”

All five of Millwall’s summer signings featured in their 3-0 win over Granada on Saturday, with the ever-impressive Jed Wallace bagging his first goal of pre-season with a precise free-kick.

Harris insists that they will only add to their squad if they are forced to.

He added: “We will have to be patient now, look at the league, look at the form of some players in the first four or five games and I have got until the end of August if I feel like I need to add one more, then I will do.”