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Danny McNamara believes the Millwall supporters have given their players that extra boost in the second half of matches to get victories over the line.

The Lions have won four out of their last five games at the Den, with all of the goals coming after the break.

The Lions defeated Sheffield United 1-0 in SE16 on Saturday, with Jake Cooper’s winner arriving after 61 minutes.

McNamara told the South London Press: “I’d just say that the support at home is just unbelievable. You see today, the fans they give you that extra 10-15 per cent. That helps massively. But we’ve got a good group, we’re fit lads and we just take every game as it comes.”

The 23-year-old praised the impact of Tyler Burey, who has started back-to-back matches for Millwall since making some cameo appearances off the bench.

The former AFC Wimbledon youngster has scored two goals in three games for the Lions, including the second goals in victories over QPR and Derby County.

McNamara said: “You’ve probably heard it before but he’s been a breath of fresh air. He’s been class.

“He’s so direct, he’s quick and a goal threat. It’s good to have him in the team and give him the ball.

“Jed [Wallace] has been massive for us. We all know what a great players he is, what an influence he has on our team.

“To have him back in the team after injury has been a real positive.”

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