HARRIS PLEDGES FUTURE TO LIONS
By Peter O`Rourke
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The 23-year-old has scored 13 goals already this season and his form has been attracting the attention of a number of scouts from Premiership and Nationwide clubs but Harris insists he is happy with The Lions.
"I know for a fact that a lot of clubs of have watched me but, as far I'm concerned, they can keep watching because I am happy here.
"I feel my game is improving each week and there is no reason why I shouldn't get better and better.
"The manager used to be a forward and I have benefited from his knowledge - I am still on course to score 30 goals this season.
Harris also admitted that he wants to play at the top level but preferably he would like to do it with Millwall.
"We have got such a good team here that it should be good enough to play in the First Division and for me, personally, I only want to play at the highest possible level," said Harris.
Lions boss Mark McGhee also revealed he is keen to hang on to one of his most prized assets.
"I am not considering selling him and we haven't had any offers yet," said McGhee. "He is doing really well for us and I am happy with him.
Meanwhile, West Bromich Albion boss Gary Megson has flatly denied speculation linking him with making a move for Harris as he is happy with his front pair of Jason Roberts and Lee Hughes.