Millwall manager Neil Harris has said that he was never in the running to take over as the Huddersfield Town head coach. The Lions boss was regarded as one of the favourites to succeed the sacked Jan Siewert at the Terriers before Danny Crowley took up the role following a successful three-year stint with Lincoln City.
In the current campaign, there have started with plenty of optimism with nine points accumulated from the opening six matches and this sees them just one point off the top six. Following the international break, the south London outfit are scheduled to face Blackburn Rovers on the road and Harris will be hoping for a better away display.
Millwall have struggled with the form on their travels over the past year and they don’t have the best of records against Blackburn either. The Capital outfit have accumulated just three points from the previous seven meetings against the Rovers.