LIONS defender Danny McNamara has revealed his delight at finally scoring his first goals for the club.

The wing-back netted a brace in Millwall's 4-1 thrashing of Barnsley on the weekend, which also happened to be his 50th appearance for the club.

The 23-year-old admitted that scoring his first goals in front of the fans made it even more special.

McNamara said: “I was just delighted to get my first goal for Millwall.

“I didn’t realise I was going to get a second one but I’ll take it. I was delighted to get my first goal in front of Millwall fans as well.

“It was the cherry on top, to be honest. The gaffer’s been on at me about making the back stick, Paul Robinson as well.

“I’ve just been working on it, working on it. [The first] was off my left foot into the near corner. It was a bit of a scruffy goal but they all count, don’t they, so I’ll take it.

“Scotty Malone put a great ball in [for the second] like he does most of the time, and I was just there to finish it.

“It was a special moment for me. The players were buzzing for me as well. They’ve been on at me when am I going to get my first goal, am I ever going to score?

“It was even better doing it in front of the fans.

“I was actually used to playing in a back four [earlier in his career]. I went to St Johnstone and played in a back five, playing wing-back, playing really high. That was with Callum Davidson.

“I’ve got two now and I want to get more. There are five games left this season, I want to get a few more.

“If I don’t I’m not going to dwell on it, I’m just going to keep giving my all for the team week-in, week-out and see what happens.”

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