MILLWALL could be without the services of Martyn Waghorn for the visit of Championship leaders Burnley to The Den on Saturday.
Waghorn twisted his ankle in training at the start of the week and spent a day walking on crutches and wearing a protective boot as a precaution.
But the Leicester City loanee still has a chance of facing the Clarets, who have won their last seven league games.
Boss Steve Lomas said: "Waggy has just tweaked his ankle. We will wait and see but at the moment we don't know whether he'll be fit."
Burnley are managed by ex-Lions defender Sean Dyche, who, as a player and a manager, has won ten out of 11 games against his former club.
"They have done fantastically well," Lomas said. "Their team ethic is superb and they work extremely hard. They go hard from the first minute so it is going to be another tough challenge for us.
"The two lads who have been given an opportunity up front, Danny Ings and Sam Vokes, since Charlie Austin left have relished it. They've scored 20-odd goals between them.
"Austin was the big fish there but he's gone now and there are no egos in that squad. They are all honest, hard-working professionals.
"The teams that did well last season had recognised goalscorers and they've got two of them at the minute. But they are far from a two-man outfit, the rest of team is functioning well.
"Also key to their success has been good continuity in their team selection. When you get on a good run that is pivotal because you roll from one game into the next.
"Sean and his staff are to be commended because they've found a system that suits them; they can play a bit as well as mixing it up. I think we are seeing similar signs with us."
Mark Beevers has resumed training after a knee injury but the Burnley game will come too soon for him.
"We'll have a look and see whether next week will be an option for Mark," Lomas said. "Lee Martin probably won't be fit for Saturday, but Richard Chaplow might."