Millwall head coach Neil Harris has been voted by you as the 18th best manager in the EFL.
Over the last month, we have been gathering votes from you to find the best managers and players in the EFL. And after counting the votes, we have discovered you think that Harris is the 18th best manager in the Football League.
Many teams suffer a blow when they lose a play-off final and for a while, it seemed like that had happened to Millwall following their 3-1 defeat to Barnsley. They initially looked like they would be stuck in mid-table and some fans even thought that Harris should be sacked despite his legendary status at The Den. But towards the end of the season, Harris was able to turn things around and with a late burst of form, they were able to make it into the Sky Bet League One play-offs.
And so far, they have been great in the play-offs. After playing out a fairly dull 0-0 with Scunthorpe United, a team that often occupied the automatic promotion spots this season, they were able to win a thriller in the second leg and book their passage again to Wembley. Now they are set to face Bradford City in the play-off final, the team they beat to get to the final last year.
Even if Millwall were to suffer another crushing disappointment at Wembley, they can at least be happy that Harris had been able to get them there when for a while it seemed like it would be a year stuck in mediocrity.