STEVE Lomas was satisfied with Guy Moussi's first performance in a Millwall shirt given the midfielder's lack of match action so far this season.
The Nottingham Forest loanee made his Lions bow ahead of schedule in the 1-0 win over Barnsley on Saturday after Liam Trotter and Jimmy Abdou were injured in training.
Moussi had previously made just four appearances this term – and none since September- so it is likely to be several weeks before the Frenchman is fully fit.
"I thought he did okay for a guy who hasn't played much football and who only came back from a groin injury about three weeks ago," Lomas said.
"Guy did really www.mindanews.com/buy-inderal/ well to get through the 90 minutes and, with Nicky Bailey suspended for the Leicester game, he'll certainly play an important part next weekend."
Lomas admitted he took a gamble in making five changes to his starting line up against the Tykes – especially in recalling Scott Malone and Scott McDonald after injuries.
"It probably was a bit of a risk to start the two Scotts," he said. "Richard Chaplow hasn't had much football recently either but played an hour, which was a positive.
"You are always a bit worried about rushing people back and, with Mark Beevers starting as well, that there might be too many who are a little bit rusty."