BOLTON manager Dougie Freedman has insisted he will not be pressured into a permanent deal for Liam Feeney.
Millwall have threatened to recall Feeney prematurely from his three-month loan spell with the Trotters after he impressed in his first three appearances.
The Lions will allow the midfielder to remain with Bolton on the condition they agree to buy him now, but Freedman has warned he is prepared to call Steve Lomas' bluff.
He said: "I have heard the rumours through his agent that Millwall might call him back. Any loan I do I will do my best to stick to that deal. The deal was for three months and then he goes back.
"We were told we must have him for three months; [they said] you can't have him for a month, which I was delighted with. And after the third month there is an option to buy him at X amount of money.
"I said to the chairman 'that's a good deal because after three months I can tell you if he is worth that sort of money'. Two games into that people are now saying 'what's your decision'?
"They were the ones who insisted we should have Liam for three months. The hiccup is that there is a recall clause and it is their privilege to call him back.
"if they call him back after 28 days, I can't do a lot. Is the boy going to be upset going back to somewhere he wasn't playing, low on confidence? You are going to have to ask him.
"He has come up here and done well so maybe that is why they are calling him back. But I did a deal and I am sticking to my side of the deal. After three months we will give you a 'yes or a no' on this money.
"After two games it is difficult to say what are we going to do. Millwall are going to have to weigh up the situation.
"Is he going to come back happy and full of confidence? Or is he going to come back to somewhere he wasn't playing? It is a decision that is out of our hands."