MILLWALL manager Neil Harris has signed a new long-term contract, the club have announced.
Harris, 40, has been in charge since March 2015 and is preparing for his fourth full season as boss.
Harris took over from Ian Holloway before setting about rebuilding the club following their relegation from the Championship in 2015.
He led the Lions to the play-off final the following year and the FA Cup quarter-finals in 2017, before Millwall clinched promotion to the Championship at Wembley that May.
Millwall finished eighth in the Championship last season, marking Harris out as one of the brightest young managers in English football.
Assistant manager Dave Livermore and coach Adam Barrett have also signed new contracts.
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