Gary Rowett admits Millwall can have few complaints after losing 2-1 at resurgent Hull City on Saturday.

George Honeyman’s 29th minute header put the Tigers in front at a windswept MKM Stadium only for the hosts to be pegged back when Tom Bradshaw raced clear to slot in the equaliser in added time at the end of the first half.

Despite that setback, Ryan Longman was on hand to pounce when Bartosz Bialkowski couldn’t hold Josh Magennis’ strike eight minutes into the second half.

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Though Millwall pressed for a way back into proceedings, Rowett’s men came up against an in-form Nathan Baxter in the Tigers goal.

“I don’t think we quite did enough to go and win the game. We created chances, had a lot of control, a lot more possession,” Rowett admitted.

“We’ve got to take our chances and be ruthless and that’s something we haven’t done often enough this season.

“We conceded two very poor goals from our perspective, I’m sure Hull will see it slightly differently.”

The result means the Lions’ winless streak has stretched to four games but Rowett insists he is not worried about his team’s performances.

“You have to move on quickly in the Championship. I’m disappointed, annoyed, frustrated but it isn’t going to win us the next game,” he said.

“You can flip a statistic any way you want and in the last 15 games only Fulham and Bournemouth have had more points than us so I don’t think we’re in a bad position.

“I think we have drawn games that we should not have, I don’t think we look at that necessarily, I look at today in isolation and do I think could we have done a little bit more in certain areas of the game? Yes.

“So we have to work incredibly hard in the week to make sure we put that right.”

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