Jed Wallace has revealed what separates Neil Harris’ Millwall side to others in the division.

Wallace who scored the Lions only goal in their crucial Boxing Day win over Reading said his side’s unity gives them the edge.

“We’ve got 25 hardworking blokes who understand what it’s like to play for Millwall and we’ll do everything we possibly can to win,” said Wallace.

“The difference between us and other teams down there is the changing room.”

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Speaking after the result that pushed them to 20th in the Championship, Wallace feels he and his colleagues owe Harris a run of results.

“He’s a very loyal man and it’s only right we reward him with performances, which a lot of us, myself included, haven’t performed to the level they should be, and the manager has stuck by them, it’s up to us now in the new year to turn performances around and look to push on.

“He’s the one that signed most of us and he’s the reason why a lot of people move here and stay here. You’ve got to have a relationship with the manager now which in football is very rare.

“It was relief for us(players), but the gaffer never lost belief in us.”

Nottingham Forest

The busy festive period offers another opportunity for Wallace and co to climb the table further. This weekend they host promotion chasing Nottingham Forest and Wallace says there’ll be no secrets in how they approach the game

“Forest will be a different team to Reading, they play a possession game so we need the crowd to be patient with us.

“We aren’t going to change a tactic we’ve had for four years where it’s worked, we sit off, absorb pressure and hit teams on the counter.

“We aren’t going to throw away four years of unbelievable success under a good manager because an iffy couple of months. So if we keep believing in what we do, with crowd on our side at the Den, we’re a difficult team to beat.”

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