Millwall Manager Neil Harris is expecting a quiet January transfer window as the club feel the pinch of the financial restrictions in place at The Den.

Millwall were relegated from the Championship last season and the Board have had to reduce the playing budget accordingly leaving a tight budget for Manager Neil Harris to work with.

After a slow start to life back in League 1, the club’s form has improved of late and The Lions now find themselves in the top half of the League 1 table, 6 points away from a Play Off place.

Despite the fact that Harris must sell players before he can bring any new faces to South London, the Millwall boss is determined to remain loyal to his squad and is more than happy with the players which he already has available for selection.

The main concern for Harris is his side’s home form. When the Millwall legend took over as Manager of the club, he promised fans stability and to make The Den an intimidating venue for visiting sides once again but The Lions have lost 6 matches at home already this season meaning that there is plenty of work to be done.

Millwall travel to Oakwell to face relegation threatened Barnsley on Saturday.

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