BY RICHARD CAWLEY
Millwall manager Neil Harris is hoping to bring two more players in to his squad before the team head of to their training camp in Portugal on Friday.
The Lions were 4-0 winners at Concord Rangers today but saw Tom Elliott come off early in the second half with a suspected hamstring niggle.
Millwall handed debuts to Frank Fielding and Matt Smith in Essex.
And Harris indicated post-match that more arrivals looked imminent.
He said: “We still need to sign some players. We are getting closer to some. It would be good to have two more players in the building before we go to Portugal on Friday and then we are going to need a couple more whilst we are away. There might be one or two go.
“The nuclues of the squad is bonding really well.
“I was really pleased with the workout, I thought Concord were excellent.
“Tom Elliott came off, it looks like he might have a hamstring niggle – which will be the only downside of the day really.
“Today was about minutes, not the scoreline.”
PHOTO BY BRIAN TONKS
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