As half time approaches in the 2018-19 season, it’s time for a review of Millwall’s summer influx of players.

Have they delivered? Or have they failed to meet Neil Harris’s levels of commitment.

Sitting 20th in the league with just four wins, and zero away from home, it's not going to be straight A's.

Ryan Leonard

Leonard was Millwall’s biggest outlay in the summer. With the six-month loan becoming a permanent £1.5million deal in January, the midfielder arriving from Sheffield United was brought in to fill the void left by George Saville.

Saville was a huge part of the Lions achievements last season but the £8million they were offered from Middlesbrough was too good to turn down.

Leonard’s box to box nature saw him come straight in to the side that drew with league pace-setters Leeds back in September and earned positive reviews.

His combative style, powerful running, and a long-throw in his locker filled the Den’s faithful with optimism.

An ever-present in Harris’s league starting XI, the midfielder is forming a good understanding with Shaun Williams in the centre of the park, but will need to add more to his goals tally to get the fans on-side. With a return of just two goals, including a spectacular lob in the 3-0 win over Ipswich, Harris was surely expecting more from his star buy.

A red card in the space of ten minutes in his last outing will side-line the former Plymouth and Southend man for a couple of games. Not what Millwall would’ve wanted with crunch games against fellow strugglers Bristol City and Hull coming up.

Verdict: B- can and must do better.

READ: Player Review: Ryan Leonard's debut v Leeds United

Tom Bradshaw

Bradshaw arrived to give competition to Harris's front line, and for a period he did.

With the unfortunate freak injury picked up at Brentford worse than first feared, the greatest compliment we can give the Welsh international is that he pushed Lee Gregory’s game to new heights.

Without the opportunity to showcase why he was bought, the £1.25million signing from Barnsley will cut a frustrated figure on the side-lines after only amassing two starts for the Lions in the defeats at QPR and West Brom.

Verdict: C harsh but hopeful he’ll return stronger next season.

READ: Bradshaw with extensive recovery programme ahead

Jiri Skalak

The signing from Brighton in the summer was seen as a bit of shrewd business. Pivotal to Albion’s rise to the Premier League he was expected to bring experience and a touch of know-how to the attack.

He’s shown flashes of the player Neil Harris thought he was signing but consistency has been a problem in a Millwall shirt for the Czech international.

Jake Cooper claimed what Skalak thought was his first goal for the club in the draw with Bolton, but in truth he should already be off the mark giving the game time the winger has amassed.

Harris will be hoping he’s now settled and can turn his form around in the second half of the season.

Verdict: C people expected more

Murray Wallace

The man from Glasgow has been one of the success stories from an indifferent season at The Den.

Following his arrival from Scunthorpe the versatile defender can double up as a centre-back or left-back.

Adequately filling in for Shaun Hutchinson during his injury and at left back when James Meredith’s form was in question, Murray has always given his all and his commitment you can not question.

With two goals to his name this season I’d go as far to say he’s outdone what was expected of him. One game that stands out was his left back performance in the 2-0 defeat at Brentford. A performance where he didn’t deserve to be on the losing side.

It’ll be players like Wallace that Harris will be looking at in the second half of the season.

He also has a turn of pace too!

Verdict: B solid across the board

Ben Amos

The much-travelled keeper arrived on loan from Championship rivals Bolton in the summer and quickly displaced Jordan Archer in goal.

Questions were soon asked of the man between the sticks however.

Had a poor showing in the 2-0 defeat at QPR and more recently the heart-breaking Norwich defeat.

It was no surprise to see Archer come back in the side recently and he’s excelled in the last two outings.

It seems Amos’ stint at Millwall is a perfect summary of his career. Lots of promise but prone to the odd error.

Let’s hope he can turn it back around, if he’s given the chance.

Verdict: B- pushed Archer to improve, that’s a positive

READ: Player Review: Ben Amos in the Lions 2-0 defeat at QPR

Jem Karacan

The six-month signing from Bolton has had little opportunity in a Millwall shirt.

A career hampered by injury continued for the talented midfielder as he limped off following a knock in the 3-1 League Cup defeat by Fulham in late September, and has only just re-claimed his place on the bench.

With time running out on his deal, it’s unknown whether he’ll be offered an extension.

His experience is invaluable, but sadly his two cup showings in six-months don’t do a lot to encourage a deal.

Verdict: C- a career blighted by injuries continues