Transfer rumours latest: Huddersfield Town's Theo Robinson and Carlisle striker hunted by Millwall
MILLWALL'S chief executive have refused to pour cold water on claims the club are looking to sign Huddersfield Town's Theo Robinson.
Lions boss Kenny Jackett has made no secret of wanting a pacy striker to play upfront - and he is currently in talks with a number of players who could combine well with current striker Steve Morison.
Town's Robinson and Nottingham Forest's former Blackburn and Carlisle hitman Joe Garner are top of Jackett's shortlist.
But the London club's chief executive Andy Ambler said they were just two of several targets currently being looked at by the club.
Both Robinson and Garner are thought to involve a fee - and Jackett does not have permission to talk directly to either yet.
Robinson has not started a game since October 3, because of the form of Jordan Rhodes, but before that he had eight goals in just seven starts.
Garner, who scored 14 goals for Carlisle in 2007-08 - one in a 4-0 home victory over Millwall - has yet to hit the net this season.
Birmingham-born Robinson, who turns 20 next week, is thought to want a move back south, according to the South London Press - he came through the Watford youth system.
Other names in the frame in recent weeks have been Kevin Lisbie and Southend striker Lee Barnard. A
mbler said: "These players among several names we are looking at. We shall just see how things work out in the next two weeks."