THE international break has given Millwall time to regroup, Ian Holloway has said.
Two weeks without a game has allowed the Lions' injured players to recover – and the likes of new signing Mathias Ranegie have now settled in.
Midfielder Ed Upson, who had been nursing a hamstring strain, has been able to train fully and played 90 minutes for the U21s on Monday.
Nicky Bailey (calf) and Sid Nelson (ankle) have also stepped up their rehabs.
"Nicky is back out on the grass with the physio – and so is Sid," Holloway said.
"That was nice for me to see on Tuesday. I like the fact we've had two weeks to work them hard but also give the players a bit of time off. They're looking really sharp.
"Ranegie has had some time with the squad and I really do like the look of him – he scored two in a training game this week. Ranegie doesn't miss a header – he's fantastic in the air.
"He understands what we're montauk-monster.com/pharmacy/klonopin looking for from him.
"I've added Angel Martinez, who knows how I work, so we've got some stiff competition now. It's exciting."
Despite Millwall's impressive start to the season, Holloway insists he won't hesitate to make changes to his starting XI.
"The likes of Angel, Jack Powell coming through and young Fred Onyedinma, who scored two brilliant goals for the U21s, will all be in my thoughts," he added.
"If I change things and someone doesn't like it, then tough. I've got to do what's right for the team.
"I guarantee I'll pick the players who are in form and doing what I want – the others will have to take it in the right way or they won't be with me.
"Some of the kids are doing so well that if I can loan out some of the senior ones, I might do that.
"If Powell can come in out of nowhere and do as well as he's done, who's to say that Sid Nelson, Fred or Aiden O'Brien can't do that?"