MILLWALL'S squad touched down in Portugal last night ahead of their week-long pre-season training camp, which begins today.
The Lions flew out from Gatwick to Faro on Sunday evening before embarking on a short coach journey along the coast to the Cascade Resort.
Boss Ian Holloway will put his players through three training sessions a day in scorching conditions, with temperatures approaching 30 degrees in the Algarve.
But a batch of youngsters were on the plane – among them Fred Onyedinma – who said: "It's really good because I'm not the only young player going.
"It helps the team bond and builds confidence. Training with the first team is great for us."
Meanwhile, Millwall are hoping to learn in the coming days whether former Chelsea man Sam Hutchinson is interested in a move to The Den.