MILLWALL remain interested in bringing Jed Wallace and Jake Cooper back to The Den.
Wallace and Cooper, on loan from Wolves and Reading respectively, spent the second half of the season in SE16 and both played vital roles in the Lions winning promotion to the Championship.
And Harris has revealed the club are in dialogue with Wolves regarding a deal for the winger, with them enquiring to Reading about the services of Cooper.
"Jed Wallace and Jake Cooper came in and what an impact they both made." Harris said.
"Jed straight away and all the way through to the end of the season got fitter and got better with every game.
"They are two young players that we highly admire, both are contracted to other clubs at the moment but they are players we certainly like.
"If there was an opportunity to work with them again in the future, we would definitely like to.
"Jed is a player that has had opportunities at Wolves, and has arguably played his best football with us over the course of the last two seasons and is a player we know well.
"He wants to play regularly, there is certainly a lot of thought there and we are in communication with Wolves to try and make a deal happen and get that over the line.
"Jake is a player we have enquired about to Reading, he is a young centre-half who has a bright future but that one is something that we will continue to look at over the course of pre-season and the summer months."