"My senior players won't be going anywhere," insists Harris
Neil Harris has said Millwall have no intention of selling any member of the first team squad when the transfer window opens on 1st January.
"Players that are in the team and have really contributed, they won't be going anywhere," the Lions boss told millwallfc.co.uk.
"Any speculation that might appear regarding our players will not come to fruition. We are mounting a challenge to get back into the top six and we are looking to stay there until the end of the season."
And although Harris insists first-team regulars are not for sale, he is open to the movement of Millwall's fringe players to expose themselves to senior football.
"A couple of players need to go out, first and foremost," he added.
"Some players haven't played much football and maybe have been out on loan or want to stay out on loan. That will enable us to free up some funds so it's key we get those deals done.
"I have kept an eye out for what I feel may improve us as a squad. We are always looking for players that can come straight in and strengthen the team or players that can add to our depth."