John Berylson: 'Millwall squad does not need overhaul'

A general view of the New Den, home of Millwall FC on March 17, 2012
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Millwall chairman John Berylson believes that the squad does not need to be overhauled ahead of the new Championship season.

Millwall chairman John Berylson has claimed that the club does not need to make big changes to their playing staff this season.

The Lions have already brought in Lee Gregory, Byron Webster and Carlos Edwards ahead of the new Championship campaign.

Berylson believes that manager Ian Holloway will add one or two more new faces.

"There are still some spots in the team we have to fill - at least one - but it's not like last year when [Steve] Lomas went after lots of players," he told News at Den.

"I agree that we did have to make a lot of additions then but I don't think that's true this summer. A lot of our players are looking strong.

"We could use a few more bodies but I also think that one of our kids is going to come through."

Millwall begin the new season against Leeds United on August 9.

Byron Webster of Yeovil celebrates after opening the scoring during the Sky Bet Championship match between Watford and Yeovil Town at Vicarage Road on November 30, 2013
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