Here are five things we learned from Millwall's dull goalless draw with Sheffield Wednesday.

January Transfer window was not a success…so far

Fans weren’t happy with how the transfer window panned out at The Den.

And now, a few games after it 'slammed shut,' they’ll be even more upset.

Ben Marshall’s return on loan was seen as the highlight of the transfer activity, but based on uninspired performances against Rotherham and now Sheffield Wednesday fans have turned on the winger.

Against the Owls he looked off the pace, lacking pace, and was always one step behind Wednesdays right back.

He had two opportunities to score, both were blocked, but it’s fair to say the Marshall of last season would’ve found the back of the net.

He needs minutes, but at Millwall they need performances, and they need them now.

Return of the leader

The side seemed to cope with absence of Shaun Hutchinson over Christmas but don’t let his return and dip in form blur the impact the centre half has on the side.

He was a monster against Wednesday. Reduced to one half chance at the death Hutchinson looks back to his best alongside Jake Cooper as he kept Steven Fletcher in his pocket all game.

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Fred Onyedinma + Steve Morison positions puzzle

Neil Harris turned to his bench late on and threw Fred and Moro in to the mix.

It always seems baffling seeing the club captain shunted out on the right when Harris claims he’s missing a target man.

Not only does he look uncomfortable putting balls in the box, he also looks frustrated.

Talk of frustrating, Onyedinma returned from his Wycombe loan ‘unplayable’ according to Harris. So why has he only had ten minutes of game time?

He did have an impact against Wednesday, granted he stood on the ball and fell over, but he looked lively and with a run of games he could be the spark that could kick-start a stalling front-line.

Millwall aren’t alone

Tuesday’s game was woeful, but not all the blame can be put on the home side.

Sheffield Wednesday mustered very little in attack over the whole game. The first half Jordan Archer was a spectator.

Wednesday picked their game up slightly upon the arrival of George Boyd at the break, but their fans would’ve been equally as annoyed had they not been in threat of relegation.

Also, a word on the kit-clash, possibly the easiest way to subdue two sides.

READ:Onyedinma will frustrate says Millwall's Harris

Steve Bruce back in the mix

It was refreshing to see Brucey back in the dug-out, even better was having him back in the conference room.

With his Barbadian tan lighting up dimly lit press room, he’s always good for a soundbite.

Not only that, he knows what’s needed at this level, and don’t be surprised if he makes things happen on the blue side of the steel-City.