Millwall boss targets breaking 40-point barrier at Birmingham City

By Richard Cawley

richard@slpmedia.co.uk

Neil Harris says Millwall are still fully motivated on Championship survival – as they can take another significant step towards their safety target at Birmingham on Saturday.

The Lions are unbeaten in five league matches and can break the 40-point barrier at St Andrews.

“Nothing changes – we are still just focused on Birmingham on Saturday,” said Millwall boss Harris. “The next target is to get to 40 points. That is in sight and we want to do that at the weekend.

“When we get to that the next one will be 50 points.

“Our focus is clear. We don’t lose sight of it or get carried away about how we are doing. If you do at this level then you pay the price. It’s about keeping the boys focused and grounded.”


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