Millwall boss Neil Harris has reflected on his three years in charge – saying it’s flown by.

Harris was placed in temporary charge after Ian Holloway’s exit in March 2015, before being appointed on a permanent basis a month later.

Since then, he has guided the club to two League One play-off finals and promotion to the Championship.

Today, he has Millwall sitting just six points from a play-off spot in their first season back in England’s second tier.

Harris, who has been nominated for February’s Championship Manager of the Month award, said: “I’ve really enjoyed it. We’ve come a long way as a group.

“Sometimes in life, time flies by and it’s certainly been that experience for me so far.

“I’m still as excited today as I was when I took the job three years ago because I still see so much potential with the group of players we’ve got and with the club to grow. We’re still a small fish at this level, we’ve worked so hard to get here.

“We’re never going to compete with the financial opportunities that so many Championship clubs have got, but we make up for it in so many ways.

“To be, as it stands, 11th in the division with so many good performances, and in my opinion, there have been so many points left on the pitch this year that it’s scary to think where we could be.

“It’s a testament to what the club has built in the three years. We’re excited going into every game. When the team’s selected, the players have a right go for this football club. It doesn’t get much better than that as a Millwall manager.”