Jackett - Millwall can improve

Millwall manager Kenny Jackett insists that his in-form side can keep progressing and get even better over the second half of the season.

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Kenny Jackett: Hopes his side can kick on after injuries

Kenny Jackett: Hopes his side can kick on after injuries

The Lions are currently seventh in the Championship after stretching their unbeaten run to 13 matches with a goalless draw against south London neighbours Charlton on Saturday.

And Jackett should be able to welcome back three of his key performers in the near future.

Winger James Henry, midfielder Liam Trotter and seven-goal striker Darius Henderson all missed out against Charlton through injury but are expected to be back in contention soon.

"Hopefully we can get some of our injured players back and available and keep somewhere near our best side and squad fit on a regular basis," said Jackett.

"James Henry, Darius Henderson and Liam Trotter are all good players to come back and they will really strengthen the final third of the pitch.

"Going forward, I feel that we have more creative options than we've had for a while."

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