IAN Holloway says Paris Cowan-Hall will be "the first of many" new signings at Millwall this month.
The Lions will officially complete a deal for the Wycombe Wanderers winger tomorrow when the January transfer window opens for business.
Cowan-Hall has been on Holloway’s radar since August and the Den boss made his move for the 24-year-old several weeks ago.
Holloway has made no secret of the fact that he is looking to strengthen his forward options but a left back and a centre half are also on his list of priorities.
As part of the agreement that will see Cowan-Hall become a Millwall player, youngster Fred Onyedinma's loan spell with Wycombe has been extended until the end of the season.
"Paris is six years older than Fred, I really like him and he’s on the up," Holloway said.
"I hope our fans will see what a great attitude he has got as well – he will jump, chase, get crosses in and he's fresh.
"It shows the work that we've been trying to do behind the scenes and it was important to keep it quiet because other clubs wanted him.
"Luckily he's chosen us and we've loaned them Fred.
"I think the fans will take to him straight away because he doesn't stop working hard.
"He's our first signing in January and he'll be the first of many."