Chopper looking for dominance in both boxes as The Lions bid for a third straight victory
Millwall manager Neil Harris believes that his side will face the toughest test of their season so far when they travel away to Port Vale on Tuesday evening (7.45pm).
The Lions are searching for their third win in a row after victories over Peterborough United and Crewe Alexandra and will continue their unbeaten start to the season on the road should they avoid defeat at Vale Park.
And Harris insists that if his side repeat elements of their performance at Gresty Road on Saturday then they will go some way to earning another away success.
"For me it is certainly the toughest test of our season so far," the boss told millwallfc.co.uk.
"Preparing for this game started straight away after the match at Crewe, especially because it is such a quick turnaround.
"We have focused on making sure the boys have recovered right after Saturday to prepare them for another really tough game.
"We have to take our organisation and desire that we showed on Saturday into this match. That win has continued our good momentum and we have to try and keep building on that."
Speaking about the threat Port Vale will pose, Harris added: "Rob Page has a settled side with the nucleus of the team that ended last season playing so far this one. They have a strong work ethic and are a very well organised side.
"He has consistency in his line-up and they are coming off the back of a good result against Wigan.
"It is up to us to match them and also show the same level of commitment and work rate that we have so far this season."
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