Lee Gregory’s outing against Bristol City was likely his last as a Millwall player at The Den according to his manager.

With the striker’s contract up in the summer, Neil Harris believes the 30-year-old will move on after five-years, 77 goals and 236 appearances for The Lions.

Harris gave the man he signed from Halifax a glowing appraisal after he possibly signed off with a superb goal in the 2-1 defeat by Bristol on Tuesday.

“I think it will be" Harris replied when asked if it'd be the last time we see them together.

“It was vintage (Steve) Morison and Gregory.

“Vintage over the last four years, that’s why I played them tonight.

“Little bit of sentiment in the pair.

“He’s a northern boy, and he's out of contract.

"He’s been an unbelievable player for me personally.

"I’d love to keep him for next season but it looks unlikely now.

“The attitude to want to play, to train, to want to work, that’s the sort of character we need.”

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The game turned on its head in eight second half minute as Shaun Williams saw his penalty saved by Max O’Leary before Jamie Paterson and Famara Diedhiou gave the Robins victory.

Harris, despite naming three teenagers in Billy Mitchell George Alexander and Jesse Debrah on the bench believed he chose a side that could challenge.

“I picked three young lads on the bench because they care.

“We’re obviously short of numbers because of injury and they’ve all done well in the younger teams.

“It’s been a tough season and I picked a team that I thought would work for me.

“I’m disappointed we didn’t finish with at least a point, I think we deserved a point and it would’ve been fitting to finish he season with a point here at The Den.”

Millwall travel to Wigan for the final game of the season on Sunday.