Lions boss determined to bounce back against Shrewsbury Town
Neil Harris admitted that he has "no complaints" as a late goal show by Wycombe Wanderers condemned Millwall to a 3-1 Checkatrade Trophy Second Round defeat at The Den on Wednesday night.
A brace from Garry Thompson coupled with Adebayo Akinfenwa's penalty sent The Chairboys through after David Worrall had cancelled out the visitors' opener.
Fred Onyedinma missed a penalty for Millwall with the tie balanced at 1-1, but Harris refused to point the finger of blame and instead was full of praise for the young striker, who was a real handful throughout.
Harris told millwallfc.co.uk: "I thought Fred was outstanding tonight, it was a shame he missed the penalty. The miss swung the game, because if that goes in, it changes the game.
"There are no complaints. I thought it was a competitive match. I'm disappointed and I like winning. More importantly I hate losing and I don't like losing at The Den, losing hurts. We want to win every game.
"What is important is that following a defeat like tonight we bounce back and win on Saturday."
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