MILLWALL are set to hold talks with Byron Webster after he quit Yeovil.
NewsAtDen understands that Webster will discuss a move to The Den upon Ian Holloway's return from holiday next week.
Ipswich Town and Leeds United have also expressed an interest in the centre back, who has been on the Lions' radar for over a month.
On Tuesday, it was confirmed that Webster had rejected the offer of a new contract from the Glovers following their relegation to League One.
And now the 27-year-old will hope to secure a contract with Millwall during his meeting with Holloway.
However, chief executive Andy Ambler has warned that the club will not be rushing into any agreements with transfer targets.
"I don't see us making any signings over the next couple of weeks," Ambler said.
"We're lining up options for the manager but they won't become deals until Ollie is certain that he has found the right type of player.
"The manager has to watch all of these players and go through the analysis that we have been putting together before deciding which ones he wants to prioritise.
"We aren't going to be making decisions that quickly. It will probably be two or three weeks before anything is signed.
"We're researching all of our targets – finding out what kind of person they are, what they might cost and what fees, if any, are attached.
"If these players are out of contract, we'll be meeting with them in due course but we are in the process of weighing up our options.
"Ollie is having a break but when he gets back he'll start lining up some deals."
Webster made 85 appearances for Yeovil during a two-year stay at Huish Park but has opted to move on in search of Championship football.
He is regarded as a ball-playing centre back with an eye for goal, having scored eight times for Gary Johnson's side.
Meanwhile, Ambler is hopeful that Millwall will soon conclude contract talks with Lee Martin and David Forde.
"I'm hoping that we can sort these things out by the end of the week," he said.
Negotiations with Martin could hinge on the length of terms on the table, while Forde has met with Ambler for a second round of talks.
Ambler has also confirmed that Holloway's budget for next season has been pegged at last year's levels.
He said: "Is the chairman prepared to spend the same again? Yes, he is."