Millwall’s manager has urged his players to forget what’s happened this season and to concentrate on the season’s final 11 games, starting at Bolton this weekend.

Neil Harris’ men sit one point above the relegation zone in 20th while the Trotters are eight points from safety in 23rd.

FA Cup exploits aside, following a 3-1 defeat by Norwich, Millwall find themselves deep in a relegation battle having registered just one win in seven league games.

“Bolton this Saturday is a proper game of football,” he told Millwall Official.

“They’re a team that’s scrapping and we’re a team that’ll go there and fight and scrap for everything.

“All that’s gone this season is finished.

“My players will be ready, it’s a massive game, far bigger than the FA Cup games gone or coming up.”

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With Ipswich as good as relegated from the division, Rotherham and Reading along with Bolton fill the places below Millwall, and with both registering wins at the weekend it leaves Harris and his men looking over their shoulder.

Midfielder Ben Thompson who has impressed since returning from his loan spell with Portsmouth claimed every game is a ‘cup final’ from now until the end of the season.

“Every game we are looking to get three points.

“We are in a sticky situation, but I think the boys have got enough to get out of it.

“We’re in a relegation fight.

“Every game is a cup final.”

Millwall face Bolton at The Macron Stadium on Saturday before travelling to Birmingham on Wednesday.

Their FA Cup quarter-final tie with Brighton is on March 17.

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