STEVE Lomas has revealed he is still looking to strengthen Millwall's striking and midfield options despite the arrivals of Lee Martin and Steve Morison.
Morison has returned to the club on a season-long loan deal from Leeds United, whilst Martin signed a one-year contract with the Lions last week.
But Lomas confirmed: "I think up front and central midfield are the areas where we are really still looking at the minute."
Martin can play left wing or centrally and Lomas envisages the 26-year-old fulfilling several different roles throughout the season. He said: "Lee's a very good Championship player with plenty of games under his belt. He can fill a variety of positions and with us having a small-ish squad, we're going to need players like Lee."
The former Ipswich Town man has only signed on for the next 12 months but Lomas does not see such a short deal as being an issue. He added: "Primarily we wanted the player, so whatever needed to be done was done. The plus side is that we've got a player for a year who's going to have to play well."
Millwall's need for midfield reinforcements was heightened last week when Liam Trotter underwent knee surgery, which is likely to keep him out of action for at least six weeks.
Lomas said: "At least it's done now and we're not sitting here four weeks down the line with Liam still needing an operation. Some people were saying that he wasn't very effective in the second half of last season, but he's been playing with something that the fans didn't see.
"It shows the character of the boy. It's not ideal but the positive is that we've found it now and not closer to August 3."