Neil Harris has indicated that he’s looking at bringing another striker in to the club this January.

Harris admitted that he was happy with the recruitment so far this window but his desire for a forward remains.

Alex Pearce and Ben Marshall have both signed until the end of the season and now Harris has turned his attention to his front line.

“There’s probably one more to come in, probably a centre forward before window closes for us,” Harris confirmed to Millwall Online.

“We know Tom Elliott is going to be out for a minimum of six weeks now, so we’ll have to consider another attacking player.”

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Elliott’s shoulder injury has left Harris with Steve Morison, Lee Gregory and winger Aiden O’Brien as his only striking options with Tom Bradshaw having been ruled out for the entire season in November.

There were rumours linking Arsenal’s Emile Smith Rowe to the club but a move would surprise even the most optimistic of supporter such is the need of an out and out striker.

Harris was open for players leaving the club providing it would be of the benefit of the club and the player themselves.

Two of those linked with moved away were Fred Onyedinma and Jiri Skalak.

“Fred and Jiri have not played a lot of football,” said Harris.

“We want a competitive squad, we want people here who have a chance of playing regularly and prepared to fight for the spot.

“If they aren’t getting as much football as they need to or they need we’ll think about loaning them back out.

“We saw against Blackburn (2-0 defeat ) we need a competitive squad.

“So players will only go out if I believe we’ve got enough players, and the quality of player to cover that position.”

Millwall travel to Middlesbrough on Saturday five points clear of the relegation zone.

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