Millwall boss Neil Harris has a selection headache ahead of the trip to Aston Villa.

Mahlon Romeo scored and starred in the absence of the suspended Conor McLaughlin against Sheffield United last weekend.

McLaughlin has been the first-choice right-back this season, starting every league game up until his one-match ban. But Romeo's impressive performance has given Harris food-for-thought.

And the Den chief says he knows who will start when the Lions take on in-form Aston Villa on Saturday.

He told News Shopper: “They are the tough decisions I enjoy making. I’ll make them for the right reasons and do what I feel is best for the game.

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“It shows I’ve got two very good right-backs at the football club at very good ages. They’ve both got a lot to learn and have played international football.

“I’m in a very fortunate position and it’s extremely healthy for the club.

“I know who I’ll play on Saturday [at right-back]. But I won’t let the players know until at least Friday. It gives me time to assess the situation and make sure people come through training this week.”