Millwall manager Neil Harris says that no one wants to play them at the moment after their recent run of results.

His side moved up to tenth in the league after their narrow victory over Brentford at The Den and extended their run to 11 Championship games without defeat.

George Saville’s volley inside the opening minute was enough for all three points and keeps them six points off Middlesborough in sixth, with eight games remaining.

Harris said: “What I do know is, that no club wants to face Millwall home or away. We have got to enjoy that. You don’t get many times in your career where you get seasons where you are so overachieving you can just enjoy it.

“We are just enjoying the challenge and the only reason I am talking about the play-offs now is because the players have earnt the right after today.

“I just talked about it [the play-offs] for the first time this season. Just as a challenge to the players as much as anything. This group of players will not step off.” Harris said.

The Lions have not suffered defeat in the league since their 2-1 defeat at Norwich City on New Year’s Day and despite their fine form in recent months, Harris does not expect his side to finish in the play-off places.

If Millwall win at Barnsley next week they could close the gap on Middlesbrough to three points, as they play before their rivals in the early kick-off at Oakwell.

“Do I expect us to get there? No, I don’t expect us to get there. There is still a long way to go. We have got to make up six points in nine games.

“If we get beat next week, we get beat. Win the week after, win the week after.”