Millwall’s manager is looking to the future - leaving a “bad week” behind him - as his team gets ready to play Scunthorpe United on Saturday.

The team suffered their third defeat in just seven days on Tuesday, August 18, but that hasn’t shaken Neil Harris and he said the team “will come out fighting” in the away match at Glanford Park on August 22.

Harris told the club website : “The players have spoken and there were a lot of honest words. It was a good meeting and we know where we went wrong and how we can improve.

“I said to the players that we had a great start at Shrewsbury, where we were terrific. We were professional, organised and in control.

“(Since then) we’ve had a real bad week. But one bad week doesn’t make a season. It doesn’t make us a bad team and it doesn’t make it a bad football club.

“We will stick to our game plan and to our beliefs and we will help the players get better. We will look to come out fighting at Scunthorpe.”