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Millwall manager Kenny Jackett remains in the market for a new striker.

The Lions have already brought in Darius Henderson from Sheffield United but have reportedly been knocked back by West Brom's Ishmael Miller and Rob Hulse of QPR. And with last season's top scorer Steve Morison moving to Norwich and Neil Harris and loanee Kevin Lisbie also having left, Jackett is still light in the forward department.

"As far as further additions to the squad are concerned, we are still looking to add," said Jackett. "But there is nothing to report right now and it is not my practice to comment on speculation concerning players who are contracted to other clubs."

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Norwich City
West Bromwich Albion
Rob Hulse
Darius Henderson
Neil Harris
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Steve Morison
Queens Park Rangers
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