KENNY Jackett insists he will not rush James Henry back from injury after the winger missed Millwall's 2-2 draw at Crystal Palace with a tight hamstring.
Henry will sit-out the Lions' Den clash with Birmingham City on Tuesday and faces a race against time to be fit to face Huddersfield at the weekend.
"We're hoping he might be fit for Saturday, but he won't make Tuesday," Jackett said. "He had a tight hamstring and couldn't quite get back in time. He's not a player buy kamagra mastercard we're going to rush back.
"On the plus side, I was pleased to see Liam Feeney back because it's a strong position for us, that right-hand side. In terms of wide players Chris Taylor, in his first start, also had a very good game."
Defender Alan Dunne added: "James and I have got a good relationship and we work well together. His game has come along a lot and he's improving all the time, so it's a shame he's picked up this injury."