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Gregory expects luck to turn

23 January 2015

Lions striker Lee speaks ahead of Reading game

Lee Gregory thinks that Millwall's luck will change over the coming weeks as The Lions bid to climb the Championship table.

Ian Holloway's men sit three points from safety in 22nd ahead of next Tuesday's visit of Reading and Gregory, who has started Millwall's last five home matches, believes it is just a matter of time before some good luck arrives at his side's door.

"The results are not going our way at the minute but the lads are still great in the changing rooms," he said.

"We don't seem to be getting any luck in games and everything seems to be falling to the other team. But I think that will change and once it does I think we will go on a good run.

"We have got a few days before the Reading game and everyone is getting to know each other a lot more. The new lads have come in, worked hard and done well, so we're looking forward to it."

The 26-year-old, who has notched four goals since joining Millwall from FC Halifax in the summer, feels he is becoming a better player every day and has enjoyed featuring as part of a strike duo in recent weeks.

"I'm the fittest I've ever been and on a technical basis every day I feel more comfortable. The more games I play, the more I feel confident. The fans have been great to me as well so I can't complain.

"Personally (playing as part of a front two) is a lot better because there is someone to share the workload. I'm not up top on my own and it allows me to make the runs in behind."

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