MILLWALL are considering whether to offer forward Darius Henderson a new contract amid interest from several Championship rivals.
Henderson, who is due to become a free agent in the summer, is yet to be offered an extension on his current deal, despite scoring 22 goals in 46 appearances for the Lions.
The 31-year-old has been linked with a January move to Nottingham Forest and is also understood to be attracting interest from Birmingham City and Brighton.
Manager Kenny Jackett has challenged Henderson to win himself a new contract in the second-half of the season following the departure of loan star Chris Wood.
But Jackett has also fielded several tentative enquiries about the striker and, given that Henderson is one of the club's top earners, Millwall are unlikely to rush to the negotiating table with a hasty offer.