Despite Neil Harris believing that Fulham have the best team in the Championship, the Lions has expressed that his side will go to Craven Cottage and enjoy themselves on Wednesday evening.

Similarly to Millwall, Fulham have had a summer revamp following their relegation from the Premier League last season.

In addition to keeping their talisman, Aleksandar Mitrovic they have recruited Premier League quality by signing wingers Anthony Knockaert and Ivan Cavaleiro and striker Bobby Reid from Cardiff City.

They are odds-on favourites to return to the topflight this season, and their victory against Huddersfield Town on Friday evening witnessed Jan Siewert get the sack by the Terries.

Millwall will be travelling to Craven Cottage looking to maintain their unbeaten start to the Championship, but Neil Harris suggested that Fulham will be the Lions toughest test so far.

“If you look back two weeks you wouldn’t have thought Millwall-Fulham was a big game.” Harris said.

“I don’t look at it that it’s a really big game for anything other than it’s a London derby and it’s our next game.

“Fulham are a top side, I watched them last night.

"You look at their team on paper, the players they’ve got on the bench, it’s the best in the league.

“If they don’t get in the top two it’s a travesty. We’ll be the underdog, not fancied, people will be writing us off already.

“All we can do is go and enjoy ourselves, put in the best performance we can, try and play well on the night, hopefully get a bit of lady luck.

"It’s a great game, we’ve sold our allocation out so the atmosphere will be like it was today (Saturday), like it was against Preston and like it was against West Brom last week.

“The fans are enjoying watching their team at the moment and it’s my job to make sure the connection is there between the fans and the pitch – and it certainly is.”