MILLWALL boss Steve Lomas is allowing Oldham's Player of the Year, winger Lee Croft, to train with his squad during their stay at Warwick University this week.
The 28-year-old is a free agent after turning down the offer of a new deal at Boundary Park and has asked to link up with the Lions as he continues to search for a new club.
Lomas is in the market for a left winger this summer so could be persuaded to hand Croft a contract if he impresses, but the former Manchester City trainee is not on an official trial.
Meanwhile, club sources have admitted that Stoke City midfielder Matthew Etherington and Middlesbrough striker Scott McDonald, both linked with the Lions in the national press, are almost certainly out of Lomas' price range.
Talks are continuing with ex-Charlton duo Nicky Bailey and Danny Haynes. Haynes met with Lomas at Millwall's training ground on Friday to discuss a free transfer to The Den.