MILLWALL will assess Steve Morison today after the striker went off with a calf problem in the 6-0 FA Cup quarter-final defeat to Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.
Morison went straight down the tunnel with an ice pack after he was substituted in the 58th minute, with Fred Onyedinma coming on.
Millwall will hope that it is nothing serious, ahead of their League One meeting with Bury at The Den this Saturday.
Morison is Millwall’s top scorer this season with 15 goals. He missed eight games through injury after the first-round FA Cup win over Southend, and three after the last-16 victory over Leicester City.
Lions manager Neil Harris said: “He just had a tight calf. He is a focal point for us and we went a little bit wayward in the last 20 minutes when he came off. We missed his leadership.
“It was a tight calf so we have to see how that is (Monday).”
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