TOWN chairman Ken Davy has dismissed suggestions that Millwall have made an official approach to talk to Peter Jackson over their managerial vacancy.
According to sources in South London, Lions chairman Stewart Till, who is searching for a succesor to Nigel Spackman, is impressed with the job Jackson has done at Town.
Davy, who in May agreed a contract extension through to 2009 with Jackson, said: "There has been no contact from any club, nor are we anticipating any."
Jackson said he had no comment to make.
Millwall are third-bottom of League I, but have shown improved form under caretaker manager Willie Donachie, winning twice and drawing once.
That has strengthened his chances of landing the job on a permanent basis.
In the wake of Saturday's 2-1 win at Carlisle, who come to the Galpharm on Saturday, ex-Manchester City and Scotland defender Donachie said: "I'll just get on with the job and see what happens."