WINGER Liam Feeney is set to go straight into Millwall's starting line-up for the visit of Aston Villa to The Den on Friday night after recovering from a hamstring injury.
But boss Kenny Jackett is facing a striker shortage after Darius Henderson joined Nottingham Forest and Nathan Tyson picked up an ankle injury against Burnley last weekend.
Loanee Tyson has been ruled out for a month with ligament damage while Henderson completed a permanent move to Forest on Thursday.
That leaves just Andy Keogh, John Marquis and Dany N'Guessan as the club's recognised forwards, although youngsters Aiden O'Brien and Conor Wilkinson could be included in the squad.
Feeney's return to fitness ahead of the FA Cup fourth round tie is timely with Martyn Woolford (cup-tied), Chris Taylor (knee) and Scott Malone (back) all unavailable.
Defender Shane Lowry misses out against his former club with the full-back serving the second of his two-match suspension. Jack Smith should continue at left-back in Lowry's absence.
Villa are boosted by the return of midfielder Ashley Westwood and forward Jordan Bowery ahead of their trip to South London.
Both Westwood and Bowery were cup-tied for Villa's Capital One Cup exit at the hands of League Two Bradford City in midweek but are set to be involved on Friday night.
Former Lion Nathan Baker is unavailable with a hamstring injury, while fellow centre-half Richard Dunne is ruled out with a groin problem.