CARLOS Edwards has revealed that he is looking to get into management once his playing days are over.
The 35-year-old will have a discussion with boss Ian Holloway about starting his UEFA badges in the near future.
And Edwards has not ruled out the possibility of his first coaching job being at The Den.
Edwards said: "I want to get into coaching and I'm going to have a word with the manager about getting my license.
"I don't want to stop playing and then all of my experience goes to waste.
"Even if I started off with the kids, I feel I have something to offer. That's one of my aims.
"I'll have a word with the manager and see if I can help him in anyway possible.
"If it's a coaching job at Millwall, or I go somewhere else, only time will tell."
Last season, loanee Shaun Derry was offered, and then accepted, the manager’s job at Notts County and Edwards admits he would have to consider a similar proposal.
"It's a question I really don't have an answer for at the moment," he added. "But things like that you can't really say 'no' to.
"I'd obviously have to think it over with my family, see if it's the best choice and make a decision from there."