Lions handed Henry boost

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Millwall have received some rare good news on the injury front after James Henry suffered only a minor hamstring strain at Gillingham on Saturday.

The on-loan Reading winger, brought in by boss Kenny Jackett to ease an injury crisis which at one point accounted for 11 players, limped out of the 2-0 defeat by Gillingham.

But Henry has undergone a scan which has revealed no serious damage, and although he will miss Saturday's visit of Huddersfield, he should be back in training early next week.

Striker Neil Harris is already back in training despite suffering a calf injury at the Priestfield Stadium.

Meanwhile, defender George Friend has returned to Wolves following a one-month loan spell at The Den, during which he made seven appearances.

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