IAN Holloway will wheel and deal in the loan market to get Millwall’s season back on track after a winless September.
But the Lions boss admits players may have to leave The Den before he can add further to his squad.
It's understood that Jermaine Easter, who has not been selected for Millwall’s last two games, is available for loan and is a target for several clubs in League One, including MK Dons.
But Magaye Gueye, who was left out of Tuesday’s match against Birmingham, will not be leaving, although the attacker has been told to improve his fitness.
Millwall want to sign a winger and a right back.
Chris Eagles had been on trial with the club last week but did not turn up for training on Monday and is believed to have significant wage expectations.
Holloway said: “There will be people who I loan out from my group now. I will do that to try and clear some money which I can use to strengthen certain areas in the squad that we’re really short in.
“I will do that if I can and that’s all I can do. If I can’t get them out, then I’ll have to keep going with the current squad and put some of the young ones in and see how we go.
“We’re going to be governed not by how much money my chairman has got but by these new Financial Fair Play rules which are kicking in.
“It doesn’t bother the clubs who have billions to spend because they’re quite happy to pay a massive fine, whereas we will end up with a transfer embargo.
“But I’m sure that if I see anybody who I think will help us then the chairman will support me. He’s a wonderful fella and he’ll be smarting after watching the Birmingham game.”
Asked about Gueye’s absence, Holloway added: “I don’t think he’s fit enough to affect games.
“I’m going to take him back out of the squad, work him to get fit and then he should be ready to play. That’s not the case at the moment.
“Because of his talent I gave him an ice cream, which to a footballer is playing games, but I’ve taken it off him because he doesn’t deserve it.
“When I put him on in games he needs to make a bigger impact.”