This summer should be a really interesting period for Millwall as they look to build on the progress made since Gary Rowett took charge of the side.
The 45-year-old was appointed in October and has the Lions in contention for the play-offs, though after some recent poor results they’re definitely not the frontrunners.
Rowett will undoubtedly be looking to use the summer transfer window to continue to shape the squad to fit his style of play.
Clearly, the summer plans will be very different depending on whether or not Millwall achieve what would be a miraculous promotion.
Even so, there are a number of transfer scenarios that look likely.
With that in mind, we’ve outlined two potential scenarios that we could see play out this summer…
Jed Wallace leaves the club.
The 25-year-old has had a fantastic season so far and been undoubtedly the Lions’ key performer.
He has 10 goals and nine assists to his name already and looks set to play a key role in the run-in but you feel there is likely to be significant interest in the summer.
If Millwall are still in the Championship, it may be hard to keep hold of the winger, particularly if he has some appealing offers from bigger clubs.
We could see Wallace leave the club this summer and if that does happen, the Lions will want to make sure they get a good fee in return.
They sign some new central midfielders
Central midfielders Ryan Woods and Jayson Molumby have done a good job for Millwall since arriving at the club but are both set to return to their parent clubs in the summer.
Given they’re set to lose two of their first-choice central midfielders, it seems likely that the Lions will look to sign replacements.
Woods has struggled at Stoke City, so a permanent deal for him could be an option but Molumby is just 20, so Brighton will surely not want to let him leave.
Millwall may look to the loan market once again, however, you feel Rowett may want to bring someone in permanently that he can build around.