Rovers’ search for goals will see Tony Mowbray assess the club’s supply line, as well as his striking options.

Only four players have found the net for Rovers in the Championship so far, each scoring once, with an own goal taking their tally to five in six matches.

Bradley Dack’s strike 26 seconds in to the defeat at West Brom last time out is their only goal from open play, but Mowbray isn’t concerned given the number of options he has to choose from.

And while Sam Gallagher, who did find the net in the Carabao Cup win over Sheffield United, Danny Graham, who scored from the spot against Middlesbrough, and Adam Armstrong, who missed penalty at Bramall Lane, have all been given opportunities as the central striker, Mowbray is also focusing on getting them in the right areas to make Rovers more prolific.

He explained: “Sam Gallagher is finding his feet, he undoubtedly will score goals. He’s 6’4, he’s fast, he has a bazooka in his right foot, his shooting in training is unbelievably good.

“The goals will come, the goals will flow. We have to find the right balance, who’s supplying the people who can put the ball in the net?

“You have to get that balance right, but the good thing is we feel we have options.

“Is it disappointing? Well we would have hoped to have won every game 3-0 but that’s not the case because the league is so attritional and difficult early in the season. As it loosens off, hopefully the quality will come to the top and we have to be part of that.”

Millwall were blown away by Fulham in their sole defeat this season, but are expected to be a tough nut to crack this afternoon.

In attack, Matt Smith caused Rovers problems when coming off the bench to score for QPR in April, and the Lions are always a threat from set plays.

But Mowbray sees enough quality in his ranks to overcome that challenge and enjoy a successful season as Rovers look to build on the platform of the opening six games.

“I’ve always said, I look at the squad and think that we can win plenty of games in this league and cause lots of teams problems, yet I’m sure every team feels that,” he added.

“Millwall this weekend know they have a way of playing, will make life difficult, but they have threats from set plays and people running off Matt Smith. Every game is tough but we believe we have the quality to have a good season.”