BRADFORD boss Phil Parkinson wants to keep hold of James Hanson this month.
Millwall were interested in the striker last summer and used Saturday's FA Cup tie between the two clubs as an opportunity to run the rule over the 27-year-old.
It's understood the League One club would want at least £500,000 if they were to sell Hanson during the transfer window.
But Parkinson said: "Obviously we'd look to keep him – he's on a three-year contract with us – and I feel he's an underrated player, I really do.
"James is a very good player. When you're a big man, people pigeon-hole you as just a big man but he's got great ability as well.
"He can hold the ball up, his movement's good and he's a very honest player for the team. He's got no ego about himself and a great work ethic for the side."