Trotter back in Lions frame
Liam Trotter could return to Millwall's starting line-up for the visit of his former club Ipswich.
Trotter had missed three games with a knee injury sustained over Christmas but returned as a late substitute in the last-gasp 1-0 defeat at Huddersfield last weekend.
New boss Ian Holloway kept changes to a minimum in that game but has now had a week to assess his squad ahead of his first home match in charge so could shuffle his pack.
Skipper Paul Robinson is close to returning from a thigh problem but fellow defender Scott Malone (ribs) and winger Liam Feeney (hamstring) are out while striker Jermaine Easter is still suspended.
Luke Chambers, Aaron Cresswell, Cole Skuse and Daryl Murphy have all been passed fit for Ipswich.
Defenders Chambers (hamstring) and Cresswell (knee), midfielder Skuse (dead leg) and striker Murphy (thigh) all missed Tuesday's disappointing 3-2 FA Cup defeat at Preston.
Carlos Edwards and Tyrone Mings picked up respective knee and foot knocks against North End but both are expected to be okay.
Midfielder Anthony Wordsworth is back in training after a bout of tonsillitis but needs to increase his fitness levels before being considered for selection, while striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake (hamstring) remains sidelined.