New signing Ben Marshall is looking to start where he left his Millwall career after signing on loan for the remainder of the season.

After spending six-months on the periphery at Norwich the winger has joined Neil Harris’ side for a second time following a successful stint at the back end of last season.

Marshall is the club’s second signing of the transfer window following Alex Pearce's arrival and he admits it’s a case of deja-vu at the club.

“If I can replicate what I did last year, which I was proud of, I’ll be made up,” the 27-year-old told the club site.

“I just need to hit the ground running and I’m sure if I get the opportunity it’ll benefit me and I’ll kick on.

“It’s a similar situation to last year, I’m here again and I’ll do my best for the lads, manager, and fans.

“I’m made up. I was here last year, so I know everyone about the club and the lads, so it’s a bonus.”

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The Lions manager made no secret about the club’s desire to sign Marshall in the summer, but was grateful to have him on board as they look to stride away from the relegation zone.

“We couldn’t compete in the market at the time and he went to Norwich,” said Harris.

“It’s not turned out quite as well as the club or Ben would’ve wanted but Norwich have been great letting him come out.

“He (Marshall) made it clear that when he was told he was allowed to go out and play he wanted to come here.

“We’re obviously pleased to have him back and I certainly look forward to having him.”

Harris admitted that such was his impact last year that there’ll be pressure on the winger to replicate the form showed.

“He’s got enough experience now to welcome pressure.

“He’s great leader on and off the pitch and a huge part of dressing room dynamic.

“He’ll go straight in to the squad for Saturday obviously if you sign a player of his quality.”

Marshall, eager to make up for lost time this season having only featured in four league games with the Canaries, said he was looking forward to getting ‘back amongst the lads’ and playing in front of the Millwall faithful.

“I’ve got a lot of love for this club and it’s no secret,” Marshall continued.

“I want the best for the club, I just hope they can get behind me again as I’ll give my all to them.

“The fans looked after me before and I hope I repaid them, so if I can do that again it’ll be smiles all round.”

Millwall travel to Middlesbrough this Saturday.