MILLWALL manager Neil Harris is still considering adding another winger to the club despite recently making his first summer signing.
David Worrall will join the Lions from July 1 on a two-year-deal after the midfielder elected to leave Southend at the end of his current contract.
The Lions recently released the likes of Lee Martin and Ed Upson, both of whom played predominantly down the left-hand side for Millwall when called upon.
Chris Taylor, who was on loan from Blackburn was also a prominent figure down the flanks for Harris’ men last season, but he now looks set for a move to the Championship after receiving strong offers from at least two clubs there.
And Harris will move on to other targets as he looks to inject more pace and guile into the wide areas of his Millwall team next season.
“We are looking at wide players,” Harris said. “With Lee and Ed going we need one, if not two, wide players.
“It’ll be a statement of intent bringing in wide players who can cross a ball and try to score goals.
“It isn't an overhaul of the squad to the squad like last summer and I'm delighted with the core of the squad we have.
“We are in a really strong position this summer we just need to add the personnel to not only give us impetus but, they need to give us a different types of ability.
“The lads that come in need the temperament and spirit that we had last year which drove us for so long especially early during the difficult times.”
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