SUMMER signing Lee Gregory will start scoring goals for Millwall once he gets the right service, boss Ian Holloway has said.
Holloway claims the Lions did not show enough awareness of Gregory's forward runs against Sheffield Wednesday in midweek.
The £250,000-arrival from Halifax Town made his full league debut for the club at Hillsborough.
And Holloway is adamant that Gregory will be a success as The Den – but says Millwall need to first "understand how he plays".
"Lee is an off-the-shoulder merchant and we've got to learn how to find him," Holloway said.
"I said to the lads on Thursday – 'look at his runs, why aren't you looking?'.
"It was a bit of a flea-in-the-ear meeting to be honest, but never mind.
"There was so much space in behind and we didn't look to play it in there – we were too busy fannying around with it in the first accutane half.
"I made a point about what we should've done atFulham and they took me too literally.
"When you play out from the back, you play out to play through people.
"We forgot to have an attack. When we did put it over the top, Lee made some great runs: he created a chance for Martyn Woolford and nearly nicked it off the keeper.
"It took Steve Morison half a season to start scoring but I think Lee will score sooner than that.
"Lee played his part on Tuesday but we didn't use him well enough and that was our fault.
"His movement is of a really high standard but we aren't spotting his runs.
"We will soon find out what Lee's strengths are and how to get him in on goal. When he gets in, he'll score – it's as simple as that."