JERMAINE Easter could return to the Millwall fold after impressing in a series of reserve games, manager Ian Holloway has revealed.
Easter, who was made available for loan in October, has attracted interest from a host of clubs in League One and turned down a temporary switch to Crawley this week.
The striker, 32, has not featured for the Lions since their 0-0 draw with Nottingham Forest in September but could be involved again after the international break.
Holloway confirmed: "Jamma got a goal against QPR yesterday – that's two in two now – so I might have to bring him back in. He's shown a good attitude.
"You can't ignore that as a manager. You're always looking for a response from your players – if you get a good one and the team's not winning, then you can make a change.
"I'm all about people who want to do it and have a go, and I'm going to stick to that."