Bartosz Bialkowski had already repaid his Millwall teammates before his impressive performance at Luton says Neil Harris.

The Polish international cost his side in the 2-1 defeat at The Den against QPR a fortnight ago, but his Lion boss is adamant he’s more than atoned for his mistake.

Bialkowski who joined Harris’s men in the summer from Ipswich made a number of first half saves in the first half which kept his side level at Kenilworth Road, as well as turning defence into attack with pinpoint passing.  

Tom Bradshaw’s strike on the hour was cancelled out by a late Callum McManaman effort which left the Lions still searching for their first away win of the season.

“I think that’s the nature of the beast for the goalkeeper,” Harris said.

“If they make a slight error the ball goes in the goal.

“But he’s repaid us already this season to get away with one error.

“His saves were top draw, and when you want your keeper to stand firm to give you an opportunity at the other end, he did that tonight and we could’ve won the game.

“Bart made a couple of really good saves.

“That’s what he is, a good solid Championship goalkeeper.

“We are really pleased for him, it’s his job to make saves.”