Millwall striker Steve Morison says he is not bothered about scoring goals as long as the team is winning. 

The skipper has not found the net in a competitive fixture since the Sky Bet League One play-off final in May, and had one ruled out for offside in Millwall’s 1-0 victory over Leeds United on Saturday.

Although he has not scored in nearly 700 minutes of football, including cup ties, Morison is not worried about his lack of production this term.

He said: “It is frustrating. I think it frustrates Lee [Gregory] more than it does me. I want to score goals, don’t get me wrong, but I am not at a stage where I’m trying to score 20 goals to get a move to another club. 

“I just want us to win games of football. I enjoyed that [against Leeds] just as much as anyone else, but obviously you do get judged on your goals. 

“I am at a club with a manager that does not judge me on my goals. He judges me on what I do and what I bring to the team.

"I want to score goals, but if we are winning, I am playing and still contributing, I will be enjoying myself.” 

The game on Saturday was the fourth time Morison has beaten Leeds in his Millwall career, but the 34-year-old said he is unconcerned about beating his former club as it’s 'just another three points'. 

He added: “I could not really care less about getting one over them. That’s for you lot to talk about. My team was fantastic today, and obviously people like to talk and write teams off.

“You have already crowned them [Leeds] champions after six games, there is a hell of a long way to go and we showed today how good we can be and how bad we can make other teams look.”