Millwall boss Neil Harris hopes to extend his side’s unbeaten run to 10 league games at Hull tomorrow.

The Lions have been in superb form since the turn of the year, climbing 19 points clear of the drop zone.

They travel to relegation-threatened Hull, whose supporters have turned against their owners, the Allam family.

Tigers fans are annoyed with the way the club is being run and threw yellow sponges on to the pitch in their home game against Sheffield United last month.

When asked if Millwall could benefit from a potential toxic atmosphere, Harris told News Shopper: “Toxic atmosphere? Livers [Lions assistant manager David Livermore, who spent two years at Hull as a player] knows the club more than most.

“It’s not a crowd that really vents its anger at their players. What we do know is that Hull need to win the game.

“We just need to go about our business as professionally as we have been doing with a smile on our face, the players are working hard for each other and we’ll see where it takes us.

“Hull are fighting for their lives, they need the points. Hull City should be beating Millwall Football Club with the money they’ve invested.

“We’ve earned the right to be in 11th place with four away wins on the spin, nine games unbeaten in total and we want to make it 10.”