Andy positive about homegrown talent
Development coach Andy Frampton believes that everyone associated with Millwall can be positive about the continued success of the club's Academy set-up.
Several graduates have made their mark in the first team over the past year or so, most notably Aiden O'Brien, Sid Nelson, Fred Onyedinma, Jack Powell and Ben Thompson, amongst others.
And Frampton, who has been busy enjoying his first few months as a coach after hanging up his boots earlier this year, insists that everyone should be excited about what the future may hold for Millwall's current batch of talented young players.
"For me it's been football, football, football since the beginning of July," he said.
"I'm taking some U21 sessions and helping out a little bit with the first team and at games, so I've been kept very busy.
"We've got a lot of lads who have come through the youth ranks here and I'm very impressed with the U21s.
"The players who have stepped up into the first team have done fantastically well and it should excite the club.
"We should be very positive about what we're producing here. It's going to be a long season and we're going to have to rely on everyone so it is important that we stick together."
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