Tom Bradshaw can be Millwall’s fox in the box, a tag the forward is happy with.

Bradshaw scored his second goal in his fourth start in the 1-1 draw at Luton in midweek, a goal he says encapsulates his predatory instinct.

“That’s what I’ve done all my career,” he said of his strike at Kenilworth Road.

“You’’ll have to go through the archives to find me scoring from outside the box.

“But that’s what I thrive of, why I get myself in those areas, for six-yard, ten-yard finishes.”

The 27-year-old is looking to build on a promising start to the season after spending the majority of last campaign side-lined with ankle ligament injury.

“Last season was the most frustrating of my career,” he admitted.

“It was a devastating injury.

“Obviously the last two or three months I’ve been looking to start this season and kick on.

“I’m enjoying it and it’s nice to get 90 mins out there today.”

Bradshaw’s full game at Luton was only the second time he’s completed the 90 this season such has been Harris’s rotation policy this campaign.

Despite the obvious want to play regularly the Welsh international accepts the role his manager wants him to play.

“We’ve got a talented squad, the Gaffer’s rotated the whole squad this season.

“Not through form, but he adapts the team to counteract what other teams are playing.

“He wants a variation of strikers, players, so we can play different tactically.

“The squad knows that, whether you’re left on the bench or out of the squad, it’s all best for the team.

“Every footballer wants to play 90 mins, every game, hopefully I did myself justice on Wednesday, but whenever I’m called upon to start or be on the bench I’ll give 100%.

“There’s a lot of talent in the squad, and it’s a matter of being patient when the opportunity comes and taking it.”