IAN Holloway has yet to decide whether Danny Shittu features in his plans for next season.
Shittu did not travel to Portugal for a training camp last week and Holloway says the defender, who has just returned from an Achilles injury, needs to improve his fitness.
Millwall captain Paul Robinson has already been told he is free to find a new club this summer and Shittu could yet come into the same category.
"Danny isn't fit enough yet for me to have that conversation," Holloway said.
"I'll have to wait and see where Danny is. I don't think he could go to another club yet because he's got to get fitter.
"He has put on two percent body fat during his injury and we've got to get that off him. I knew that would be a problem for him the minute he got injured."
Holloway added: "It's never an easy decision to make but when you look at it, Paul is not the long-term future of our club and he knows that – and Danny knows that now.
"They are both absolute stalwarts and just by standing there they show what Millwall is about.
"I treat with people respect and Paul called me two days after the end of last season, so I was honest with him.
"We're trying to facilitate him getting a longer contract somewhere else because next year he won't be getting one here on the terms that he's on.
"Paul won't want to go backwards so if he can go and get some more games, I'll look at that.
"The honesty of our situation – both from him and from me – is really important.
"You very rarely get a servant like that in football and I think he's still got a few years left in him at another club. If I can help him and somebody else, I'll do that.
"If nobody comes in and Paul is fighting to get back in my team, that's not a problem either and I think he understands that too.
"The injury that he had a couple of years ago really didn't help him but he's now getting back to where he was before, and now all he needs is some games.
"I'm sure he didn't appreciate not playing last season or me moving Alan Dunne to his position ahead of him, but I appreciate the person he is and how he has accepted things.
"He's still showing every day that he's got the right attitude."