STEVE Lomas is set to hold talks with Millwall chairman John Berylson about the club's plans for the January transfer window.
Lomas is keen to strengthen his squad in the New Year but admits he may have to wheel and deal to bring in new faces.
The Lions' budget will be boosted by the sale of James Henry to Wolves for £250,000.
The deal for the 24-year-old to move to Molineux on a permanent basis was agreed back in October, but cannot be completed until January 1.
But Lomas is yet to learn how much will be available to spend on signings.
"I am always looking to strengthen but I have got to be respectful of the chairman and the chief executive in terms of the budget," Lomas said.
"We will sit down for a chat, I will say my piece and see what's what. There might be a few going out to help fund some additions.
"The chairman has always asked me for ideas about players and we have worked well as a team to manoeuvre the budget to strengthen the squad.
"We have done quite well in terms of the wages that we have paid for players and those looking for silly money have always been turned away, so that won't change."
Lomas remains hopeful of buying Martyn Waghorn but hopes another of his strikers will be able to fill the void left by the Leicester City loanee's departure.
"Obviously Waggy is back at Leicester now and we'll have to wait and see if he returns," Lomas said.
"Our situation is that we've got four strikers, and can one come to the fore? Steve Morison has done that in recent weeks and the challenge is there for someone to nail down a starting position alongside him.
"We have faith in our current forwards to score goals – Jermaine Easter's done it and so has Scott McDonald. Andy Keogh hasn't had that many starts but between the four of them we definitely have goals there."