MARTYN Woolford has set an example for the rest of Millwall's fringe players to follow, according to manager Steve Lomas.
Woolford impressed in the Lions' Capital One Cup loss to Nottingham Forest last Wednesday and was rewarded with his first league start of the season against Brighton.
And the winger took full advantage of his opportunity, scoring Millwall's goal in a 1-1 draw.
"Wooly didn't get a chance early on but he has had the right attitude from day one," Lomas said. "That's the only way you can be as a professional to force your way into the team and make it difficult for your manager.
"His attitude is to be commended. Of the players who have been out of the team, Wooly has been a shining light in terms of how to force your way back into the team."