MILLWALL are boosted ahead of their trip to Ipswich Town on Saturday by the return of James Henry, Liam Trotter and Darius Henderson.
Henry was due to return from suspension against Charlton at The Den last weekend but was ruled out unexpectedly with a calf strain.
However, the winger has fully recovered and will by vying with Liam Feeney for a starting position on the right wing.
Striker Henderson makes his long-awaited return to first-team affairs having been sidelined since early November with a hamstring injury.
Henderson is expected to be named amongst the Lions' substitutes, with Andy Keogh and Chris Wood set to continue their impressive partnership up front.
Midfielder Trotter is available to face his former side after overcoming an adductor strain. Manager topamax Kenny Jackett faces a welcome selection dilemma as to whether Trotter will get the nod ahead of Josh Wright in midfield.
Jackett may be tempted to stick with Wright, whose recent run in the side has seen the Lions collect ten points from a possible 12.
Defender Mark Beevers, who agreed a permanent deal with Millwall this week, will continue in central defence alongside stand-in captain Danny Shittu.
Captain Paul Robinson (pelvis) and forward John Marquis (thigh) remain the only long term absentees.
Former Lions boss Mick McCarthy is expected to be without midfielders Nigel Reo-Coker (hamstring) and Luke Hyam (calf).
Defenders Luke Chambers (illness) and Bradley Orr (neck) will both face late fitness tests.
Former Peterborough striker Paul Taylor remains Ipswich's only other absentee with a foot injury.