Millwall face a real battle for their Championship survival, currently sitting just above the drop zone only a point above Rotherham who are in 22nd place, ahead of their trip to high-flying Leeds United this weekend.
Despite their troubles, Lions manager Neil Harris has not felt able to turn to 22-year-old midfielder Fred Onyedinma, who returned to the Den in January having spent the first half of the season on-loan at Wycombe Wanderers.
So does Onyedinma have a future at Millwall?
“It’s tough to say, it’ll probably depend what division they’re playing in next season.
“There’s a player in the midfielder, it is just about developing him in the right way.
“Ask me again at the end of the season.”
“He’s got to move on.
“He has been impressive for Wycombe this season, but I don’t think he’s quite ready for the Championship just yet.
“A move to a high-flying League One side may be the best option.”
“It is very hard to tell.
“Instinctively, you would say he is not in Neil Harris’ plans given how he has been shipped out on loan this season.
“But if the club are relegated or Harris is sacked that could all change.”
“It’s hard to tell.
“The lad has talent but is not getting the chance to show it on a consistent basis – or at all as of late.
“A move away could actually save his career as he has gone backwards since returning from Wycombe.
“From being unplayable to literally unplayable in the space of a few weeks is disastrous for his development.”