JAMES Henry will not be leaving Millwall unless a club makes a large bid for the winger, boss Steve Lomas has claimed.
Former Den manager Kenny Jackett, now head coach at Wolves, has made an offer for the 24-year-old, which NewsAtDen understands has been turned down.
Henry was left out of the Lions' squad for the second week running on Saturday but watched his teammates beat Leeds United 2-0 from the stands.
And Lomas said: "It would have to be a hell of a bid for us to get rid of him. He's not in the squad at the minute but he's very much part of my plans.
"The last thing we as a club want to do is get rid of players in their mid-20s with good Championship experience. We've brought in experience and we certainly don't want to be losing any.
"But with Financial Fair Play coming in this year, if Wolves came in with £1.5million we might consider it. James has been fine. He's been fantastic in training – no problems at all."