Date: 11th January 2016 at 2:23pm
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Ahead of this weekend’s League One clash with Oldham Athletic at Boundary Park, manager Neil Harris confirmed that one player had left on loan, and another had joined.

Leaving for a spell away from The Den was youngster Alfie Pavey who has headed to Aldershot Town on a 28 day youth loan.

The 20 year old striker made his first team debut for the side on the final day of last season, and so far this year he has six appearances to his name.

The player has been sent out to build his first team experience and get more match minutes under his belt as he continues his development and he’ll be hoping he has the same success in the future as Teddy Sheringham did, and Aiden O’Brien is now getting, following their loans with the same club in their development phases.

Coming into the club was Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Jed Wallace.

He moved to Wolves over the summer from Portsmouth and has featured seven times for Kenny Jackett’s side, and having debuted for the Fratton Park outfit back in 2012, he went on to make 121 appearances in three season’s with a return of 30 goals – 17 last season – making him their top scorer for consecutive years at the point and also earning himself a spot in the PFA League Two Team of the Year .

Capable of operating through the middle of midfield or wide, the former England U19 international has been handed the No 25 shirt and made his full debut for us in the Oldham victory.

Manager Neil Harris said of his capture to the official site.

‘Jed had an outstanding season in 2014/15, as he did the year before, which meant that a long list of clubs were interested in him last summer. He is certainly a player who we would liked to have signed permanently in the summer but Wolves won the race for his signature. We’re delighted to get Jed on board. He has real ability, is a hard working boy, and is desperate to play football and score some goals for Millwall. Jed will provide good competition in the midfield area over the next few weeks.’

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