, Millwall in line for injury boost as key man steps up recovery

Millwall in line for injury boost as key man steps up recovery

Millwall boss Neil Harris has said Tom Bradshaw will ‘hopefully’ play between now and the end of the season.

Millwall have been without the striker over recent times due to an Achilles injury.

Bradshaw, 31, has made 31 appearances for the Championship side in all competitions this term, chipping in with four goals.

Harris has provided this update on his situation, as per a report by London News Online: “Bradders has come out of his protective boot and is hopefully going to be back on the grass with the medical team next week.

“No definitive return to playing date for Tom Bradshaw, but we are a lot more confident he will return in the coming weeks, rather than next season. We’re hoping to see Tom Bradshaw back on the pitch this season.”

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Getting Bradshaw back before the campaign ends would be a big boost for Millwall.

He provides them with more competition and depth up front and also has a lot of experience.

The Wales international, who has eight caps under his belt so far in his career, joined the Lions in 2019 and has since played just under 200 games for the club. He scored 14 goals altogether in the last campaign.

Bradshaw has also had spells in the past at Shrewsbury Town, Walsall and Barnsley.

His contract at The Den expires in the summer and he is due to become a free agent in late June as things stand. It remains to be seen whether he will be handed a new deal at this stage.

The forward’s chances of staying put are likely to depend on what league Millwall find themselves in.

They are currently sat in 16th place in the table and are four points above the drop zone with eight fixtures left to play.

The Lions have seen an upturn in results since bringing Harris back from Cambridge United to replace Joe Edwards. Next up for them after the international break is a home clash against West Brom followed by an away trip to Rotherham United.

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