NEIL Harris praised the "dominant" George Saville after the midfielder scored his first goal for the club in the draw with Bolton.
Saville, in his third spell with the Lions, put Millwall ahead before Bolton made it 1-1 through Filipe Morais' free-kick.
Harris signed Saville on a permanent deal from Wolves in the summer. He was asked on Saturday if he was surprised Wolves were willing to let the player leave, and said: "Everyone's got their own opinions on players, but I'm pleased they let him go, obviously.
He added: "He's shown his qualities as a player and I look forward to seeing many more performances like that.
"George was excellent. It was a very dominant display in the middle of the park, him and Shaun Williams were excellent. The two of them dominated Bolton's three-man midfield and George deserved his goal.
"We played some really good football, more so up at Forest, where we were better. We have got some quality in our team and we have some good players.
"We've got the quality to be able to play and to mix it as well.
"We're pleased with the point but disappointed we haven't got six points on the board [this season]."
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