Neil Harris believes Millwall's lack of goals in recent weeks is down to the forced change in style of play,

With only one goal in five league outings, and no goals at The Den in three, the Lions boss knows his side will need to find their goalscoring touch if they are to manoeuvre their way away from the relegation zone.

Following Tuesday's goalless draw with Sheffield Wednesday, Harris denied he was worried about the teams form in front of goal and offered his reasoning.

"We've had to adjust how we play, we haven't had a target man," said Harris.

"We've not had Tom Elliott, I've not wanted to play Steve (Morison) from the start, and we couldn't get anyone in the transfer window.

"There's also been an element of people saying we've been too direct, well, direct has been good to us since I've been at the club, it's been effective and difficult to play against.

"We've adapted slightly and we've passed the ball well and we've looked a really good Championship team at times, but haven't been able to find the back of the net, so I have to get the balance of the two right, but sometimes you have to put the onus on the players and they have to show those moments of quality.

"I want to score goals, we are used to scoring goals here."

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Injury Update

One striker Harris can't do without is Lee Gregory, arguably Millwall's stand out player this season, he was substituted with injury with ten minutes remaining.

"We think it was a bit of cramp, we are hoping it was cramp.

"He ran himself in the ground in an excellent performance from him.

"We'll know more in the morning"

Haris also cleared up the confusion as to why Tom Elliott did not feature after being declared fit earlier in the week.

"Elliott was fit, but he was ill," Harris confirmed.

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