Midweek goalscorer Jon Dadi Bodvarsson believes his side can take positives from their draw against Fulham on Wednesday night, despite missing out on the three points.

Millwall were without a win in the last four in all competitions, losing three of them.

Despite failing to break that run with a win, Bodvarsson believed that Millwall can be happy with their performance.

He admitted: “You might say we have been in a little bit of a rut lately, and not getting results, but you have to think – we’ve been playing against top sides.

“Still, we have higher standards of ourselves, so it’s disappointing that we didn’t get three points today.

“At the same time, you have to realise that we haven’t been on a great deal of form lately.

“Performance wise we can take a lot from that game and build on from there.”

“Confidence wise, the team was never down after those results. We knew we were playing against tough opponents.

“We didn’t let it affect us, we just kept training hard and focussed on our ambitions.”

Millwall could have taken the lead in the first half from the spot, but Jed Wallace, who had scored five consecutive penalties, failed to convert from 12-yards.

Bodvarsson believes this won’t affect him though: “When I looked at his reaction, he was surprised because he’s training extra every session to keep on top of [penalty taking].

“Eventually it happens with players, they miss penalties. [Jed Wallace] has been excellent with penalties and I doubt that it will affect him.”