BY ALEX GRACE
Millwall manager Gary Rowett says that there is no update on Jed Wallace’s contract situation.
The Lions’ top scorer claimed his 11th goal of the season during their 4-1 win over Bristol City on Saturday.
Wallace’s contract is up at the end of next season.
Asked if there was any progress on that situation, Rowett replied: “No, it’s something that’ll be ongoing and I think the only time that anyone hears anything will be if something gets finalised.
“As we know, with such a strange summer, a lot of things are going to be up in the air. But what was nice was that his performance didn’t look like someone who was particularly concerned about their contractual situation.
“He looked bright, he looked free, he was moving well and looked a constant threat.”
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