Millwall will be using the international break to work on the defensive side of their game according to Neil Harris.

Following their 4-3 defeat at Norwich on Sunday where The Lions conceded two stoppage time goals, the Millwall manager promised his side won’t put in a similar defensive display again.

“To throw it away as we did shows a complete lack of professionalism by our group.

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“We weren’t good enough. When you have a back five of out n out defenders you shouldn’t give two goals away like we did in injury time.”

Millwall were on course for their first away of the season after goals from Tom Elliot, Ryan Leonard and Jed Wallace looked to have secured them the points, but injury time goals from Jordan Rhodes and Teemu Pukki snatched victory for the home side who briefly went top of the league.

“We’ve a disappointed changing room and we feel the hurt. We put so much in to that game.

“But we’ll do what we always do, dust ourselves down.

“Our defensive display won’t happen again because we’ll work on it day in day out so that when we play Bolton we are much better than we were on Saturday.”

Bradshaw Blow

There was a further blow as it was revealed that striker Tom Bradshaw will miss the remainder of the season after tearing his ACL in last week’s 2-0 defeat at Brentford.

“Tom is a big loss for us,” said Harris.

“We’ll work tirelessly with him to get him back in training and welcome him back as soon as we can, hopefully pre-season.

“He’d only been on a couple of minutes in the game, we did a debrief and he did the fitness exercise after. We didn’t know until Sunday that there might be a problem.”