NEIL Harris has urged Millwall’s fans to deliver one final rousing atmosphere of the regular season when Oxford United visit tomorrow.

Only champions Sheffield United have collected more points on home soil in Sky Bet League One than the Lions.

They are unbeaten in a dozen league games at The Den, conceding just four times, while Millwall also knocked Premier League sides Watford, Bournemouth and Leicester City out of the Emirates FA Cup.

With two games left they are in the play-off places, but are only a point ahead of Southend United.

In a rallying cry to fans, Harris wants a repeat of the mood at their last game in south London, where all the goals in the 3-0 win against Northampton Town came in the first half.

He said: “The atmosphere at the game on Good Friday before kick-off and the first hour was phenomenal.

“The noise and the togetherness between the stands and the pitch was outstanding.

“It’s something we’ve had at times, but we’ve craved all year.

“Yes, the players have to put in a performance, be on the front foot and aggressive, but the fans have to drive it also.”