ANDY Keogh admitted he was surprised to learn that Leeds United striker Steve Morison was re-joining Millwall on a season-long loan.
Keogh, who has previously played for the Yorkshire club, did not think the move would be on the cards given that Morison only joined the Whites in January.
He said: "It's a very good signing. Steve did very well for the club when he was here before and he's a quality player in this division.
"I'm actually surprised Leeds have let him come down here. It is an interesting one but if we benefit from it, then that's great."
Keogh, who struggled for form in the second half of last season, also believes the return of Lions legend Neil Harris in a coaching capacity is another positive move.
"There's nobody better to learn from than Neil, especially at Millwall," he said. "I have never really met him properly – we've said 'hello' to each other a couple of times – but he seems like a nice guy and he knows the club inside out.
"It's good to have a proven striker in as a coach to help the forward players. Last season was very stop-start for me. I need to get past that and have a good run this year."