Here are five things we learned from Millwall's 1-1 draw with Hull City: 

Millwall need to score more goals 

It is clear that Millwall are good without the ball as the first six games of the season have witnessed them concede only seven goals – with four of them coming from that 4-0 thrashing at Craven Cottage. 

However, the Lions seem to been stuck in a stalemate with the ball at their feet as they have managed to notch five goals in that time. The fixture against Hull was no different. The Lions dominated the final moments of the game and with Hull down to nine men in the final minutes they struggled to conjure a clear cut opportunity. 

It is something Harris has stressed his team will work in the international break as Saturday’s result like many others before it felt like two points dropped rather than one gained. 

Millwall expect more from Connor Mahoney 

Connor Mahoney arrived at Millwall in the summer for a seven figure sum from Bournemouth for one thing and one thing only - his crossing stats. 

Mahoney had the best crossing statistics in the league last year while on loan at Birmingham but despite gaining two assists from dead balls already this season the winger’s performances have been unappetising.

His poor offensive showing against Hull was enough for his manager to critically single him out but hopefully, it is the kick up the backside that the winger needs to unleash his potential. 

Fans really are the 12th man at The Den 

Only 12,500 fans attended the draw against Hull, the lowest so far at The Den this season. However, despite the low numbers the Lions faithful were said to have influenced a lot of the referee’s decisions by Hull boss Grant McCann. 

The final 20 minutes of the game saw the Lions fans grow restless as their side searched for that important second goal and as a result, the referee became the brunt of their frustrations. 

Josh Magennis went down in the box, but the referee waved to play on. The striker then lunged into a dubious second tackle on Ryan Leonard which saw him be given his marching orders, and also Jarrod Bowen was booked for diving. 

All the questionable decisions hanged on a fine line but the intimidation and support from the terraces edged them all to land in Millwall’s favour. 

Bowen and Grosicki are class 

Hull City may not have had the best of starts to the season under Grant McCann but in Kamil Grosicki and Jarrod Bowen, the former Doncaster boss has two sublime wingers at his disposal. 

The former scored an absolute world-beater from 40 yards and Bowen caused Murray Wallace all different kinds of problems down the left flank.

It wouldn’t be surprising if a Premier League club comes swooping in for one or even both of them in January. 

Jed Wallace shows how much he has been missed 

After serving a three-game suspension, Neil Harris reinstated Jed Wallace back into the side and the winger repaid the manager’s faith in him. 

He was by far the Lions best player on the day, as he was constantly attempting to do something whether it was taking players on or tracking back to help Mahlon Romeo out with taming Grosicki. 

Wallace showed great courage to place the responsibility of taking the penalty on shoulders and showed quality to smash it down the middle past Long early in the first half. 

Jed Wallace is one of Millwall’s most honest players, and his importance to the side grows with every fixture.