Neil Harris admits he ‘can’t wait’ until Norwich visit The Den this weekend to put right their 2-1 defeat at Hull on Tuesday.

First half goals from Jarrod Bowen and Marc Pugh either side of a Shaun Hutchinson strike left the Lions in 20th four points clear of the relegation zone.

Millwall will also be looking to bounce back from their 3-1 home defeat to Preston last week which saw three goals conceded in the opening half hour.

"I can't wait for Saturday,” Harris told Millwall Official.

“What everyone expects on Saturday at The Den is to see a Millwall performance - not the first half-hour debacle we saw against Preston.

“We're playing the top side in the division, so we know how tough it will be, but we have to be patient and then hurt them like we did at Carrow Road, where we should have won the game.

"It's a great one, though, as the stadium atmosphere will be fantastic - Norwich will sell their allocation and get behind their team - and our fans will come wanting to cause an upset and see their team perform."

'Clean Sheet Mentality'

Millwall have won only one of their last eight league matches, and Harris is keen to get back to their festive form where they won three on the bounce.

“We have to make sure we get back our clean sheet mentality, as conceding five in two games is unacceptable. We must be better at the back, and our anticipation in the final third needs to keep improving.”

For the weekend’s fixture Harris may be without the injured Murray Wallace who left the field shortly after the opening goal at the KCOMM stadium.

“Murray is in a leg brace at the moment, and first thoughts are that it doesn't look too great, so we hope for positive news on that.”

Mahlon Romeo was ruled out before the tie with an illness, but Saturday could see the return of James Meredith and Connor McLaughlin.