This Millwall man is doing all the right things to land a new deal

BY RICHARD CAWLEY

richard@slpmedia.co.uk

Neil Harris has admitted that David Martin is pulling out all the stops to land a new Millwall deal.

The Lions goalkeeper is out of contract in June. The same also applies to the rest of the goalkeeping department. Jordan Archer and Tom King see their terms end this summer while Ben Amos – on loan from Bolton Wanderers – is also due to be a free agent.

Martin has come into the side in the closing weeks of the campaign and been one of Millwall’s most consistent performers.

He has also bounced back from a high-profile mistake in the FA Cup quarter-final defeat to Brighton at The Den. The former Milton Keynes stopper produced a string of saves at Aston Villa on Monday, but could not prevent the Lions slipping to a 1-0 defeat.

Millwall manager Harris said: “I thought Dave was excellent, his handling was excellent, it was probably and even better performance than he put in here last year when he made his league debut. He deserved a clean sheet.

“He’ s putting in some really good performances and when you want players to step up and at this stage of the season and try and earn a new contract and prove themselves, he can’t do much more at the moment.”

PICTURE BY BRIAN TONKS


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