STEVE Coppell is being considered for an advisory role at Millwall should Neil Harris be made the club's manager on a full-time basis.
Harris has made a fine start to his interim spell in charge of the Lions and won his first game against Charlton on Good Friday.
Coppell watched the game from the directors' box at The Den and is expected to take in several more fixtures before the end of the season.
The 59-year-old, who has previously managed Crystal Palace and Reading, has been director of football at Crawley and Portsmouth in recent years.
With over 25 years of management experience, Coppell would be an ideal sounding board for Harris and assistant Dave Livermore if they are appointed permanently.