MILLWALL chief executive Andy Ambler is hoping to conduct some transfer business during the Football League AGM in Portugal this week.
The Lions supremo has flown out to Faro for a three-day meeting with directors from other clubs.
And Ambler will use the opportunity to make a series of offers for targets on manager Ian Holloway's summer shopping list.
"Doing deals face-to-face is better than not doing them face-to-face," Ambler said.
"I come out every year and take the opportunity to sit and talk with owners and chief executives from other clubs, and the chairman wants me to do that again.
"I will be having some conversations but everyone is very cagey and plays things close to their chests at this time of year.
"The good thing is that we have got players who want to come and join us so we're in a position to dictate things a little bit, which is fantastic."
Millwall are set to sign free generic lexapro reviews for anxiety agent Byron Webster upon the defender's return from holiday.
The former Yeovil centre back is close to agreeing terms with the Lions after a successful meeting with Holloway last week.
Once the Webster deal is tied up, Holloway's focus will turn to adding attacking players to his squad.
"We need people who can score goals in our front four areas – right, left, up front and the one in the hole – and we need a lot more choices really," Holloway said.
"Losing Stefan Maierhofer and Steve Morison leaves me with a couple of spaces to fill up front, and Liam Feeney and Liam Trotter have also gone.
"That's quite a few areas we can add to using the spare cash that we've got.
"I'm not looking to add that many to the squad – four or maybe five."
Meanwhile, Millwall's potential pre-season friendly with Zenit St Petersburg has been shelved after the two clubs failed to agree on a date for the game.