MILLWALL will attempt to re-sign Tottenham forward Harry Kane when the emergency loan window opens next Friday.
Kane scored nine goals in 24 appearances for the Lions last season before joining Norwich City on a season-long loan last August, but Spurs have decided to recall the 19-year-old to White Hart Lane.
NewsAtDen understands that Kane has been back at Spurs for almost a week and that, during that time, André Villas-Boas offered the striker to several other Premier League sides.
But no offers from the top-flight were forthcoming and the England U19 international could now become available on an emergency loan - deals which are only available to Football League clubs.
Chief executive Andy Ambler told Lions Live on Thursday: "Of course we would love Harry to come back. The rumour is that he is going back to Spurs from Norwich.
"We've already enquired about Kane and we were doing so throughout the course of January. But Kane could be in Spurs' squad if they don't sign a striker, in which case he won't come out.
"But if Harry is available come next week, and he wants to play, I think we're in a good position to go and get him. But Spurs might have other ideas.
"They may want to send him to someone like Cardiff, who they think have a better chance of getting to the Premier League. There's all sorts of things to take into account."