MILLWALL boss Ian Holloway admits he has a selection headache at centre back ahead of Bolton's visit to The Den tomorrow.
With left-footed options Mark Beevers (calf) and Shane Lowry (suspended) missing, Holloway must decide who to parter with Danny Shittu in the Lions' back four.
Shaun Williams started alongside Shittu against Yeovil on Tuesday night, but the 27-year-old looked more effective once he was moved into midfield in the second half.
Paul Robinson played against Burnley last weekend but Alan Dunne could also be an option, having impressed during a substitute appearance at Huish Park.
"I'm still thinking about it," Holloway said. "Whichever two I go with will be a bit makeshift, because whoever I pick won't be left-footed, that's the problem. I'm mulling it over.
"Lowry coming back for the Barnsley game will free Williams up to play in midfield, which is where I bought him to play.
"Shaun prefers being in midfield. He's a very good player and will make us quite solid if I can get him just in front of the back four – he'll read things and influence the game.
"I do think Dunne could be an option for me because he is a very, very good defender. He's determined. If he's only going to be a right back, he needs to give me a little bit more.
"He is a good talker, coordinator and organiser. There is no reason, with the way I want to play, why I can't put him alongside another right-sided centre back. He could easily do it."