Neil Harris was pleased with goalkeeper Jordan Archer’s performance in Millwall’s 1-0 defeat to Wolves.

The Scotland international was beaten by a goal from distance, courtesy of midfielder Diogo Jota, but made crucial saves to keep the score a goal to nil.

Archer tipped an effort over the bar as Wolves pressed for a second, before denying the home side late on as defender Conor McLaughlin cleared Léo Bonatini’s follow-up off the line.

The Lions have now lost three of their opening six games in the Sky Bet Championship.

Harris said: “Yes, I thought he made one good save and I thought some saves that I expected him to make. If we looked at it, the boy [Bonatini] should score at the end, it gets cleared off the line and it was a great block.

“Other than that they manipulated the ball into really good areas, but I think that shots from distance was the order of the day for them.

“I don’t think they gave many opportunities away in their 18-yard box and I was really pleased with how resolute we were.”

Speculation surrounding Tom Elliott as to why he was not in the squad for the trip to the Molineux was also quickly answered by Harris.

The 26-year-old has been in every Millwall squad this season but one miss out today.

Asked whether it was down to selection, Harris said: “No, Tom went down at literally the last kick of the training session on Friday.

“Of course he would have travelled with us and been a part of the group, but we lost him for today and he’ll struggle for Tuesday night.”