Date: 24th January 2015 at 4:15pm
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Striker Lee Gregory has said he expects Millwall’s luck to turn in the coming weeks as we look to get our season going properly in 2015.

With the club sitting three points from safety in 22nd place, and manager Ian Holloway making an abundance of changes to the playing staff this January window, Gregory told the official site that he was delighted to have started our last five games, but obviously he’d have preferred better results, but he thinks those will arrive shortly based on our improving performances, we just need that luck to fall for us.

‘The results are not going our way at the minute but the lads are still great in the changing rooms. We don’t seem to be getting any luck in games and everything seems to be falling to the other team, but I think that will change and once it does I think we will go on a good run.’

With a number of arrivals at the training ground, Gregory says the break before we face Reading on Tuesday will be good for us, because it’s giving the players longer to get to know each other and what they are capable of on the training pitch and of course the more they work together then the more they will understand each other and hopefully partnerships will develop.

As for himself and his own continuing adjustment to the Championship following his summer promotion from non league, the 26 year old said his four goals so far this campaign have given him confidence and he still feels he’s getting better and developing a more rounded game with every passing week.

‘I’m the fittest I’ve ever been and on a technical basis every day I feel more comfortable. The more games I play, the more I feel confident. The fans have been great to me as well so I can’t complain.’

Gregory adds that for him he feels he performs better as part of a front two, because it allows him to get in behind defenders more often as there is somebody else to attract the attention of the centre halves, and hopefully that will pay off more often than it currently is as we move forward.

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