Archer could be back for Millwall against Northampton
Goalkeeper Jordan Archer could return to the Millwall side for Friday's home game with Northampton.
Archer has missed the last three games since suffering a quad injury against Sheffield United at the end of March, but has returned to full training.
Lee Gregory is also taking a full part in training after playing for 25 minutes as a second half substitute against Gillingham last week.
Tony Craig (dead leg) and Shane Ferguson (bruised ribs) are doubts to face the Cobblers, but Lions boss Neil Harris hopes both will be available against Fleetwood on Monday.
Northampton have no fresh injury worries ahead of their trip to The Den.
Defender Brendan Moloney made his first start since October against Sheffield United following a knee injury and could keep his place in the starting XI.
Striker Alex Revell also featured off the bench last week and is pushing for a start.
Midfielder John-Joe O'Toole remains unavailable as he recovers from a groin injury while Aaron Phillips and Jak McCourt could return for Justin Edinburgh's side after being dropped last time out.