MILLWALL are already planning to extend the loan deal of Ryan Fredericks.
Fredericks, 21, joined the Lions from Tottenham last Friday on a 93-day loan and scored the winner of his debut against Ipswich Town.
Ian Holloway wants to keep the attacking right back at The Den until the end of the season, and is hoping to agree a deal with Spurs before the close of the January transfer window.
The Premier League club will wait until the end of the month before sanctioning a long-term move for Fredericks in case there is a defensive injury crisis at White Hart Lane.
Chief executive Andy Ambler confirmed: "Spurs are doing exactly what we would do.
"It's great for us that they let him come out and we'll be discussing what the next step is before the end of January."
Fredericks admits he too is hoping an agreement can be reached with his parent club.
"I wanted to come here and play football week in, week out," he said.
"There are 20 games before the end of the season so it is a good amount of opportunities to get some games under my belt."
Meanwhile, Ambler says Millwall had no qualms about signing DJ Campbell from Blackburn Rovers this week – despite the striker's arrest in connection with spot-fixing allegations.
The 32-year-old, who scored 30 goals in 66 appearances working under Ian Holloway at Blackpool, was released on bail until April.
"There is no issue," said Ambler.
"DJ has been signed to concentrate on his football and that's what he will do with us until the end of the season.
"He is on bail, he has not been charged and, as far as we are concerned, he is available to play for us for the next few months."