IAN Holloway has confirmed that Millwall are in talks to sign Ricardo Fuller.
But another striker target, Bobby Zamora, has told Holloway he will be signing a contract extension with QPR instead of moving to The Den.
Zamora met with the Lions boss last week to discuss a possible switch to south London – but the 33-year-old is poised to stay at Loftus Road.
However, Holloway is hopeful that Fuller, 34, will agree terms in the coming days.
"Ricardo was in today to have a chat. His agent is now talking to Andy Ambler about maybe offering him something," the Millwall manager said.
"But I think we will need another striker personally.
"It could have been Zamora and Fuller – two big ones and they could have played in the same frontline and they'd have bought John Marquis and Aiden O'Brien some time.
"If it's not going to be Bobby and Fuller, it will be Fuller and someone else.
"Bobby called me this morning – he's going to re-sign for QPR so that it is a definite. It was great to chat to him and we were serious about trying to get him.
"He had the decency to ring me first so good montauk-monster.com/pharmacy/zithromax luck to him. I'll be moving on and trying to find someone else.
"It's a really strange balance that I've got in the squad. I think some of these kids will come through but at the front end of my team I need a big, strong and experienced type.
"I feel pretty relaxed with four weeks to go until the season starts."
Fuller has come highly recommended from Crystal Palace coach David Kemp – who worked with the frontman at Stoke.
Holloway also sounded out Blackpool goalkeeper Matt Gilks about the Jamaican.
"When you get to 34 like Ricardo has, people say things which sometimes aren't true so it's best to find out about him yourself," Holloway explained.
"I now know how genuine a fella he is and how hard he wants to work for me – he played 28 times last season so there's no issue there.
"We need a blend of youth and experience. He's 6ft 1in and he can do all sorts of things for me. Hopefully he'll help me with this group if I can get him signed up."