Millwall link refuted by Walsall's Dean Smith

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Rumours linking Millwall with a move for Walsall manager Dean Smith have been dismissed as "complete nonsense."

The story, which gathered momentum overnight on social media suggested the Lions - who are battling relegation from the Championship - would make an approach for the Saddlers chief at the end of the season.

But sources close to the London club have dismissed it out of hand as "complete nonsense," while Smith has also sought to distance himself from the rumours.

He said: "It's the first I've heard of it, I've not heard anything and I've got a job to do here."

Millwall are presently four points adrift of safety, with just two games to play. Former player Neil Harris has been in charge at the New Den since Ian Hollway's sacking last month.

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