Millwall’s Jed Wallace is eager to turn the clubs away fortunes around under new boss Gary Rowett.

Under former boss Neil Harris, the South Bermondsey outfit turned The Den into a real fortress and with just three wins on the road last season it was key to their survival.

With no wins in seven this campaign however, that trend has continued and Wallace is keen to alter that under Rowett who oversaw the 2-0 win over Stoke City at The Den in his first game in charge at the weekend.

“Obviously, Neil left us in a great place with a young, enthusiastic dressing room that wants to improve,” Wallace told Millwall Official.

"What we do need to do now under this manager or any manager is improve our away form.

“We're going to be working hard on the training ground this week to do that, and I think that if we're half as good away as we are at home then we'll do well.”

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Sitting 15th in the Championship, the Lions travel to 21st placed Reading on Saturday looking to register a maiden win on the road this season.

"With the new manager comes new ideas,” Wallace continued.

"It's key to have a full week's preparation for Reading, because I think you saw ideas coming to fruition in just two days' training before Stoke.

"We've got those basic principles of hard work, and we really want to win.

“The group of lads we have and the culture in the dressing room is a winning environment, and like I've said, with the new manager's experience and ideas, I'm very confident we can push up the table."