Millwall midfielder Shaun Williams has said that he has been impressed with the style of play under current manager Gary Rowett. The former Derby County boss took charge of the south London side at the backend of October and he has since transformed the club’s fortunes with just one league defeat from seven league games.
He told: “I think we had that many good chances, and obviously their keeper had a great game, I think we should won. We’re being encouraged now to build up play and not just play more direct, so it’s suiting me down to the ground. We have different press triggers. A lot of the time they gave the ball away quite sloppily in the first half and a couple of times in the second half and we didn’t capitalise on that [Saturday].”
Millwall have accumulated 26 points after the opening 15 games. They are currently five points behind the playoff positions and the fans will be hoping that the team can build up a winning run during the forthcoming festive schedule.