Jed Wallace says Lee Gregory would be playing for a top-ten Premier League club if he was more clinical.

Gregory has scored two goals in his last two Championship games, against Cardiff on Friday and his 50th Football League goal against Reading last weekend.

Speaking to News Shopper, Wallace said: "He's clinical. When the ball comes into him and its a snap-shot, he's a really good finisher. It's always the same argument with Greggers [Lee Gregory], if he scored every chance he had, he'd be playing for for a top-ten club in the Premier League. His all-round play is that good.

"We are very lucky to have someone that good here, and obviously with Moro, like I said, when they play well, you ask every manager in this division, we are a very difficult team to play against.

"I thought him and Greggers the last six weeks have been the difference. When them two are playing well, Millwall win football matches, and you've seen that over the last few weeks."

Wallace crossed for Gregory, who swept home Millwall's equaliser five minutes before half-time. The assist was his sixth of the season and it puts him just one his behind his best ever return, when he reached seven for Portsmouth in 2014/2015.

The former Wolves and Portsmouth winger has now started 27 of Millwall's 31 League games this season and Wallace is relishing his run in the side.

He added: "I am enjoying my football and I always fancy myself if I am playing regularly and the manager gives me a licence.

"I had a terrible start to be fair, the first 20 minutes I was horrendous.

"I thought second-half I really came into the game, had a couple of chances and enjoyed the game actually."