Millwall Football Club is delighted to announce that Jed Wallace has put pen-to-paper on a new long-term contract at The Den.
Wallace made his 100th appearance in The Lions' last match at Norwich City on Saturday 10th November, and the winger will now remain a part of Neil Harris' plans for the forseeable future.
The 24-year-old initially joined the club on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers in January 2016 and immediately became a fan favourite, helping Millwall towards the League One Play-Off Final, with one goal and numerous assists in 14 appearances.
Wallace returned to The Den in the following January, again on loan, and this time stayed the course as The Lions returned to Wembley in the League One Play-Off Final, defeating Bradford City 1-0 to gain promotion to the Sky Bet Championship.
In the summer of 2017, the winger's stay in SE16 was made permanent as he signed for the club for an undisclosed fee. Last season, Wallace was a near ever-present, playing 47 times and scoring seven goals as the club enjoyed a successful first season back in the second tier, finishing in eighth place.
Stay with millwallfc.co.uk for all the reaction from Jed Wallace and Lions boss Neil Harris, whilst an in-depth interview with the winger can be found in Saturday's matchday programme, as Millwall host Bolton Wanderers.