Former FC Halifax Town striker Lee Gregory is hoping to feature for Millwall against Huddersfield Town.
The 26-year-old switched to South London in the summer after thumping 32 goals for the Shaymen last season.
Hampered by a hip injury, he has made just one league start and two appearances from the bench so far.
But the £250,000 buy had a run-out for Millwall’s development team against Leeds United this week.
And the former electrician from Sheffield will hope to get the chance to spark his side’s attack.
“My injury was a funny one – at first we thought it was my groin, but it turned out to be my hip,” he explained.
“That turned out to be better because there wasn’t a tear in my muscle.
“We think it was to do with the hard ground and my hip just locked up, causing a bit of pain.
““I really hope that I’m involved at Huddersfield and that the manager thinks I’m fit enough to be in the squad,”
Millwall have had scored eight Championship goals so far this season.
And former Sheffield Wednesday defender Mark Beevers is their top scorer with two.
Watford loanee Mathias Ranegie is still seeking his first goal for the Lions after four outings.
Manager Ian Holloway can call on ex-Town loan front player Scott McDonald.
His side also features Pontefract-born former York City, Scunthorpe United and Bristol City wideman Martyn Woolford.
Holloway has hinted he could recall former Middlesbrough and Arsenal right-back Justin Hoyte in place of Carlos Edwards, who needs surgery on a knee injury.