Millwall's injury crisis has deepened after new signing James Henry pulled a hamstring at Gillingham.
Henry was brought in on loan by manager Kenny Jackett to bolster a squad hit by injuries, but the Reading winger limped out of Saturday's 2-0 defeat and could face a spell on the sidelines along with striker Neil Harris who suffered a recurrence of the calf problem which has kept him out of late.
"We've picked up two more injuries and that's the way it seems to be going for us at the moment," said Jackett.
"James' problem looks worse than Neil's but I couldn't put a timescale on things at the moment."
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