FREE agent Jermaine Pennant will link up with Millwall's squad for training tomorrow with a view to signing a short-term contract until the end of the season.
Pennant was initially a target for the Lions in August but a deal could not be agreed and the 32-year-old instead signed for Indian Super League side FC Pune City.
But the Indian season only runs from October to December, meaning Pennant is without a club again.
It is understood he has been keeping fit in Thailand since the turn of the year.
The ex-Liverpool and Stoke winger contacted Ian Holloway last week to express a desire to help keep Millwall in the Championship and has been invited to train with the club.
Holloway is in the market for a wide player to replace the injured Paris Cowan-Hall and Pennant is expected to agree terms before Saturday's clash with Fulham.