Millwall have to take responsibility in their relegation battle according to Neil Harris.

Following a 3-1 home defeat by Norwich, the Lions are sitting in 20th a point above the relegation zone after Rotherham and Reading recorded wins to close the gap at the bottom.

Harris, however, believes that with their future in their own hands they need to step up and take responsibility as the season comes to a close.

“If you’re at the top or bottom you can’t rely on other results, that’s what I know,” said the Millwall boss.

“What they do is make you feel better or worse, that’s all they do.

“I think it’s a reality check that the four point gap and goal difference was a safety net, but with Rotherham and Reading winning that safety net has disappeared and it’s now about us.

“Not relying about other people and getting results ourselves, and there’s no better place to start than at Bolton.”

Millwall will travel to Bolton without Murray Wallace who Harris confirmed will miss the rest of the season with ‘extensive’ ankle and knee damage after leaving the field injured at Hull mid-week.

Bolton, in 23rd, are on 26 points, eight points from safety.

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