MILLWALL boss Kenny Jackett says Adam Smith must strike a balance between attack and defence after being substituted at half-time against Peterborough.
The Tottenham right-back has been ever-present in the Lions side since his loan move from White Hart Lane in October and has proved to be effective at both ends of the pitch.
But midfielder George Boyd terrorised Smith in the first 45 minutes of Posh's 5-1 demolition job at The Den before the England U21 international was withdrawn at the interval.
And Jackett is hoping Smith will be better for the experience. He said: "Perhaps [Smith can improve] premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/mans-health/ defensively, but this is certainly his first long spell of football in the Championship.
"Boyd got the better of him in the first-half and both goals came down that side, but overall he has done very well for us in the time he has been here.
"I'm sure he'll come through it and go on to be a very good player. Tuesday will have been a tough learning curve but it is up to Adam to make sure that his defensive play is his bread and butter.
"Anything he does going forward is a bonus on top of that. That's your priority as a defender."