Millwall look to have moved to sign two strikers this transfer window.

Neil Harris has made no secret of his desire to land a forward this January and it seems Matt Smith of QPR is on his radar as well as tying down Lee Gregory to a long-term contract.

With long term injuries to Tom Elliott and Tom Bradshaw, Harris has been left with Gregory, himself only recently returning from injury and Steve Morison as the only out and out forwards.

Smith, currently out of favour at Loftus Road having only started two league games this season, fits the mould of the target man Harris is fond of.

Millwall have been linked with the 29-year-old in the past, wanting him before he moved to Leeds and then again before heading to Fulham, so it could be a case of the Lions finally getting their man if they can get the loan deal of Smith sorted.

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Offer On The Table

Within the club, the Lions have moved to tie down their star striker with a ‘very lucrative’ offer, according to News at Den.

Lee Gregory, the clubs ninth all time leading scorer is this season’s stand out performer and the Lions have moved to warn off potential admirers by offering the striker an improved deal.

Gregory, who joined from Halifax in 2014 for £250,000 has established himself as a fans favourite at The Den and has grown in to manager Neil Harris’ go to forward.

It was thought the 30-year-old could be tempted to move back closer to his home in Sheffield, with United touted as potential suitors.

The Millwall faithful’s feelings towards the striker are reciprocated and they will no doubt hope his affinity with the club will make him sign the improved offer.

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Millwall welcome Everton in the FA Cup fourth round this Saturday.