Date: 21st March 2016 at 5:35pm
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Manager Neil Harris and Steve Morison have given their thoughts following victory over Sheffield United at the weekend.

Taking the one nil victory with Chris Taylor’s second minute strike on his debut following his loan return from Blackburn Rovers earlier in the week, a delighted Harris was pleased to see Millwall continue their charge for the Play Off spots this year.

Speaking to the official site in his post game press conference, Harris said it was another ‘outstanding’ performance from the players and victory was duly deserved.

‘That victory, for me, was all about team spirit. I’m delighted because the performance that the boys put in today was outstanding. At this stage of the season it is just about doing what you can to win games. Every point is so hard to earn and we really had to dig in today to get that win. I’m delighted for Chris Taylor that he got the goal. His display epitomised all that was good about our performance today.’

Harris went on to say the early goal clearly gave the fans a huge lift and gave the players a good shot of confidence as well.

‘The atmosphere was great for the players and they will want to taste more of that between now and the end of the season. If I had to be critical, with some of the chances we had we should have been out of sight by half-time and in the second-half we could of used the ball better. But overall the lads really deserved that win, which is one of our biggest of the season. It sets us up for what is a very important double header next weekend.’

As for Morison, who grabbed the assist for Taylor’s goal, in his own interviews after the match he spoke about how important the fans will be between now and the end of the season.

‘It was a brilliant atmosphere against Sheffield United. The more success you have the more the fans come through the doors. It’s like when I was here before and it’s starting to build up again.’

With Bradford and Burton to follow, he added.

‘You can see what a difference our support makes. Hopefully our fans can help drag us over the line.’

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