Shane Ferguson initially signed on a 93-day loan deal from Newcastle United just 36 hours before the start of the 2015/16 season, but that deal was made permanent in January 2016.
Shane rose through the ranks at St. James' Park and made his senior debut in a League Cup tie against Accrington in August 2010. The left-sided player's first taste of top flight League football came in January 2011, as a substitute against West Ham, before he made his full Premier League debut three months later in a win over Wolves.
The Northern Irishman appeared 52 times in all competitions during Millwall's 2016/17 promotion season, scoring four times, including a strike in the club's famous 3-0 Emirates FA Cup win over AFC Bournemouth, along with 24 games in 2017/18.
Shane's Cup form has not ended there, as he forced his way back into Neil Harris' side during 2018/19 and netted a dramatic late brace to overcome Hull City in a Third Round tie at The Den - the first of which was voted the club's Goal of the Season. The wide man played 35 times in the League, scoring twice, and signing a new long-term deal.
A regular Northern Ireland international, Shane made his senior debut for his country aged just 17, since claiming 39 caps and becoming one of his nation's key men.