Toby Porter: My view of Millwall's season so far
Toby Porter of the South London Press gives his opinion on Millwall's season so far prior to Derby County's visit to the Den tomorrow.
A RUN of eight games unbeaten has been down to the typical Millwall virtues – hard work, grit and teamwork.
Darius Henderson (seven goals), Liam Trotter (six) and Chris Woods (six) have caused teams heaps of problems with their work rate and understanding.
There is also danger from right-sided midfielder James Henry, who has six assists this season, which puts him second in the Championship charts.
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Andy Keogh, who has been coming on as a sub recently, has five goals.
Millwall have a strong spine, with six-footers throughout: Henderson and Woods up front, Trotter in the middle and Danny Shittu at the back.
Goalkeeper David Forde had a challenging 2011-12 and was replaced by loanee Maik Taylor in the last eight games of last season but he has won back his place this term and now has two clean sheets in three.