FANS may get a glimpse of starlet Sofiane El Bekri sooner rather than later.
Millwall manager Ian Holloway says it would be "fantastic" to play the diminutive midfielder in a first-team game one day.
El Bekri, who was signed by the Lions on a free transfer after being let go by RC Lens, played in the U21s' 4-3 defeat at Nottingham Forest on Monday.
"I want to get the fans to buy into my style and I hope they will appreciate different types of players, not just ones who win tackles," Holloway said.
"It would be fantastic for me to use the little fella. He's knee-high to a grasshopper and four stone soaking wet. I'd love to get him on the pitch and see him pass and move the ball.
"We'd see a totally different style at Millwall with players like him. He might not win that tackle but I tell you what, he can't half move the ball and make people look silly.
"Some of the things he's doing as an 18-year-old is quite frightening.
"Sofiane isn't the biggest but Angel Martinez wasn't the strongest when I first signed him.
"If you're a good footballer you will adapt to the pace and the strength of the Championship."