IAN Holloway has admitted that he could dip into the transfer market to sign a winger in the wake of Lee Martin's knee injury.
Martin sustained ligament damage in a training session last week and may be sidelined for longer than first thought.
Free agents Jermaine Pennant and Matthew Etherington remain on Millwall's radar.
Former Bolton midfielder Chris Eagles and ex-Wolves forward Sylvan Ebanks-Blake are also being considered as possible options.
Holloway said: "If I was going to look at anything it would be a winger because we have got Martin out for possibly two months now.
"I was already looking at that before Lee got injured. Will it be a Pennant or an Etherington? I really don't know.
"Do I want someone who, if I bring them in, I have to get fit because they haven't been training, or I do I get a loan from the Premier League?
"I need someone to be here and be fit."