MILLWALL are poised to open contract talks with defender Alan Dunne.
The 30-year-old will be offered a 12-month extension on his current deal, which expires next summer, to keep him at the club until at least 2015.
The right-back has made 316 senior appearances for the Lions since joining the club as a ten-year-old and plans to see out the rest of his career at The Den.
New manager Steve Lomas said: "I've spoken to Alan – I am trying to get around all of the players just to introduce myself.
"I can't see Dunney going anywhere, let's put it that way. I am looking forward to working with him because he's Millwall through and through. I don't think it will be an issue. There's nobody more committed to Millwall than Alan."
Dunne is among a number of players who will hold talks with Lomas about their futures – with the club keen to tie down the likes of David Forde, James Henry, Liam Trotter, Andy Keogh and Shane Lowry to new contracts.
"You want to keep your best players," Lomas said. "And you only go one way when you lose players and don't replace them. We'll certainly be speaking to these guys and seeing what their situations are. It will be a priority of mine over these first three months."