"I'm fully aware that we need another frontline striker at the moment," the boss says
Millwall manager Neil Harris says the club are working extremely hard to sign a striker ahead of the new season.
The Lions head into 2015/16 with Lee Gregory, John Marquis and Aiden O'Brien as the squad's three senior forwards, though the latter will miss all of August after rupturing ankle ligaments against AFC Wimbledon last weekend.
But Harris insists that hasn't changed the club's activity in the transfer market.
"It doesn't force our hand because we were looking anyway," he said.
"Nothing changes. We are still looking at the same personnel and things are starting to take shape for other clubs as well.
"Whether we're looking to take somebody for a period of time or to buy somebody, we are starting to find out who is available and who is not.
"We have made a lot of enquiries for players. We are being patient and I think the fans have certainly appreciated that.
"I need to bring somebody else in, I know that, and I think it would be good for the boys to bring somebody else in to boost the squad.
"I'm fully aware that we need another frontline striker at the moment and we are looking tirelessly to get the right one."
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