IAN Holloway won't stand in Paul Robinson's way if the Millwall stalwart opts to pursue a permanent move to loan club Portsmouth.
Robinson recently revealed that he was discussing a full-time move to the League Two side.
And while Holloway has not formally made the defender available for transfer, he will allow the former Lions captain to be the master of his own destiny.
"Robbo and I have had a conversation and if I decide to let him go, he will be the first to know," Holloway said.
"But if they are offering him things and he wants to consider them, that will be his decision and not mine."
Holloway has previously urged Robinson to win a long-term contract elsewhere, with his deal at Millwall http://www.buyantibioticshere.com/buyaugmentin.html running out in the summer.
And the Lions boss added: "Next year the market is going to be very different. Clubs will be under embargo so they won't all be able to spend what their chairmen can afford.
"Everybody will have to cut their cloth accordingly and redress their wage structure. So players' wages will go backwards unless they're at the top of the game.
"Everything is going to shrink. Players have got to get something now if they can because I'm predicting what's going to happen.
"That's why I was so honest with Robbo in the summer – if I wasn't going to use him, it was right that he went out and played because he'll have a chance of getting another job."