Neil Harris insists Celtic and Sheffield Wednesday target not for sale

Lee Gregory scores the second goal for Millwall from the penalty spot

The Millwall boss says the club have had no contact regarding striker Lee Gregory, who's also been linked with a move to Queens Park Rangers.

Lee Gregory of Millwall celebrates scoring his teams first goalGregory has been linked with string of clubs in England and Scotland

Neil Harris says Millwall have had no contact from any club regarding top scorer Lee Gregory, who's been linked with moves to Celtic, Sheffield Wednesday and Queens Park Rangers.

Speaking exclusively to South London Today, the Lions boss also confirmed the club has an option to extend the striker's contract at the Den.

Gregory, who arrived in the capital from non-league Halifax Town two years ago, currently has a year to run on his deal, prompting talk he could be sold on following Millwall's failure to secure promotion.

However, according to Harris the League One side are protected.

"There has been no contact from anybody. Lee is not for sale," the 38-year-old told South London Today.

Millwall manager Neil HarrisHarris is a former Lions striker himself

"Lee is under contract for another 12 months and the club have an option to extend the contract for another year."

Gregory scored 26 goals in all competitions last season, adding to the eight he scored the previous campaign at Championship level.

Millwall's Lee Gregory scores their first goal as Bradford City's Rory McArdle in actionGregory scored 26 goals in total last season

Understandably, his form his said to have attracted several suitors, with Hull City and Brighton & Hove Albion also mentioned in the report, though Harris added: "It only takes one person to say 'he’s linked with a club' and then it’s 'he's going'.

"I’ve not heard anything on these clubs. It’s new to me."

Sheffield-born Gregory, who once partnered England striker Jamie Vardy at Halifax Town, may be keen on a move north should any offers materialise.

However, a move to Wednesday would likely be a tough sell for the boyhood Sheffield United fan.

England's Jamie VardyEngland star Vardy is a former teammate of Gregory

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