IAN Holloway has not made a decision on Fred Onyedinma's short-term future.
The Millwall boss is considering whether to send Onyedinma to a League One club for a one-month loan stint or keep the exciting youngster in his first-team squad.
Onyedinma is one of several rising stars who could be farmed out to gain experience.
"I might loan a lot of them out, which I've said all along," Holloway said.
"They need experience and they won't get that playing for the U21s. I want to play my U18s in the U21s to test them.
"Some of our boys will be playing for another team, getting some experience and developing that way.
"I haven't made my mind up about who will go out on loan because I don't know which clubs would be interested.
"They'll only go out for a month because I can have them back and see where they are.
"I'm sure there will be clubs keen on Fred but what he's thinking is important as well.
"I am still working with him and I might change my mind – we will give him some game time against Real Mallorca on Friday and he might do well."