IAN Holloway will "give someone else a chance to play" after winger Lee Martin was ruled out for at least a month with knee ligament damage.
Holloway has previously expressed his desire to add another wide player to his squad but said Martin's injury would not hasten his search for reinforcements.
Explaining Martin's injury, the Millwall boss said: "How he did it was just a total accident.
"He went to pass a ball square and it caught his toe, like it does."
The timing of the injury meant that Martin missed a reunion with former club Ipswich on Saturday.
"He was absolutely on fire and relishing it," Holloway added.
"He's probably in the best form of his career and he was thoroughly looking forward to coming back to Ipswich and showing the people here what he can do for us.
"But I don't want to talk about people possibly coming in, I'll give someone else a chance to play. I've got more than enough good lads coming through.
"With the way the game went, I wanted another big one [Ricardo Fuller] but I could've put Fred Onyedinma on because he scored two for the U21s.
"I expected the ones I brought on to make a difference and they almost did."