JOSH Wright has revealed that his £8,000-watch has been stolen during a spate of thefts at Millwall's training ground.
NewsAtDen reported on Thursday that the Lions have launched an internal investigation after five players' watches went missing and Wright believes the culprit should be "named and shamed".
The midfielder was stunned to learn that his Cartier had been stolen from his jacket pocket while he was at training. He told The Sun: "The watch was brand new – I had only just bought it.
"I felt sick when I went back into the dressing room and discovered it had been stolen. It wasn't just because the watch was expensive – the insurance should cover that.
"It was the thought of someone – probably someone I know at the club – going through my pockets.
"It's a shame because we're such a close-knit friendly club. I can’t believe someone is doing this.
"The sooner they catch the person or persons responsible the better. And when they do I hope that they are named and shamed."