Date: 28th January 2016 at 10:29am
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Steve Morison and Jed Wallace have both been speaking ahead of this weekend’s hosting of Crewe Alexandra.

Beginning with Morison in his own interview with the official site, he set a target of hopefully picking up ten more wins between now and the end of the season, knowing it would put Millwall in a ‘really good position’ come May when it came to the promotion spots.

‘We just want to keep the good run going and be consistent. There is still a long way to go with 19 games but we have put ourselves in a good position. We need to start building from here and if we can win 10 games between now and the end of the season I think we will finish in a really good position. I said to the boys after the Chesterfield game that we shouldn’t underestimate how big a win that was, which is the same thing that was said after Oldham. If we go from now until the end of the season playing like we did last Saturday, but winning 2-1 every week, then we will take it.’

As for Wallace, the 21 year old was talking about repaying the faith that had been shown in him by manager Neil Harris having brought him in on loan.

With it known that Harris wants to extend his loan spell this month with his initial deal coming to an end, Wallace went on to talk about how he’d enjoyed his time with us so far.

‘In the League we’ve won three out of three so for me that’s perfect. I’m really enjoying it and having a great time here at Millwall. Like I said before, I was really grateful for the opportunity to come to a club like this and I want to repay the faith the manager has shown in me, which so far I think I’ve done. I wanted to play like I was a permanent Millwall player and give 110%. When you’re on loan you should definitely play for the club like you are on a three-year contract. Whether I’ve got three, 30 or five games left, I’ll just give it everything I’ve got. As long as the manager here wants me then I’m sure there will be a discussion. But that is out of my hands so I don’t really worry about it.’

With Crewe up next, he went on to say that everyone in the camp was confident of another result as we seemed to have played ourselves back into form and just the right time to mount a better challenge on the top spots in the League One table.

‘We’ve come into form at a good time. We’ve won three in a row and going into Crewe I fancy us to put on a good performance at home. We have got to take each game as it comes and not worry about the teams around us now that we’re in the top six.’

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