The International break has allowed the interim management team of Neil Harris and Dave Livermore to get in several more training sessions to prepare their players.

The Lions are gearing up for the South London derby against neighbours Charlton who make the short trip to The Den on Good Friday.

Although it has been a disastrous season, a win against the Addicks will soften the pain for our supporters a bit.

We have a great record against Charlton over the years, no matter how bad our form.

We will have to try and get that result without Italian international loan forward Diego Fabbrini, howver.

He was recalled early from his loan spell in South-East London last week by his parent club Watford before then joining Birmingham City on loan until the end of the season.

On the face of it, it looked a strange decision, but despite the huge amount of skill he possessed, he didn’t fit in with the current plans of Neil Harris.

If you analyse things closely there was not much end-product from all the talent that Fabbrini has.

Now admittedly that is partly due to the rest of the team not being on the same wavelength as the Italian.

Harris has to decide who will be most effective for the team not just this season, but also next season.

With us almost certainly in League One next season, Harris is quite rightly playing players that will be here after the summer.

Fabbrini doesn’t fit into that equation so there is no point in us paying his wages.

One of our ex-loan players has had an amazing week. Harry Kane made it into the senior squad for the first time following a great goal scoring season for his club Tottenham.

Within 79 seconds of his debut when coming on as second half substitute for Wayne Rooney he netted with just his third touch in senior international football.

This was the stuff of boyhood dreams and Millwall supporters were extremely proud that a player who had done so well for us as an 18-year-old can go on and make such an impact for our country just a few years later.

I hope he goes onto to have as good an international career as our best ever player, Teddy Sheringham did.

We had a lot of enjoyment watching him on the international stage even after he left us. Kane could well go even further than Teddy.