IAN Holloway is ready to sanction loan moves for members of Millwall's first-team squad who aren't getting regular game time.
The Lions have already allowed John Marquis to join Cheltenham for a month while Josh Wright has been made available for a short-term deal.
Holloway is also eager for the club's youngsters to play senior football.
The likes of Fred Onyedinma, Aiden O'Brien, Sid Nelson and Jake Goodman could all be sent to the lower leagues to gain more experience.
Asked whether any players would be leaving Millwall on transfer deadline day, Holloway said: "They might do – if clubs want them.
"I've got some really good players and I can't play all of them. They know what I'm going to try to do, especially the young ones.
"I can loan them out but they can still train with me twice a week.
"If I don't give Lee Gregory a game, who's to say I can't loan him out and just get him scoring.
"I don't know yet but I would do that because it's important everybody is on that level. For us to have a magnificent season, everybody has to be up there.
"I want to maximise what we've got and build something. If I'm not going to pick them, I'll tell them to their faces and I'll help them [get a loan] if they have a good attitude.
"If they don't, they can just go. I've got so many people showing me a wonderful attitude at the moment."
Holloway added: "I've loaned John Marquis out because he's not got enough experience. He's been on the fringes for too long and I don't want to do that.
"If I cannot play them, and play them regularly, I'm going to loan them out. I've done that with Paul Robinson.
"Hopefully someone will want them, I'll loan them out and they'll gain experience. I might have to call them back but in the meantime they'll be getting closer to what I want.
"I might even do that with some of my main squad to make sure they keep up."