Rob Hulse is a doubt for Millwall ahead of the visit of Wolves.
The on-loan QPR striker is struggling with a stomach injury and missed Saturday's 1-0 defeat at Leeds.
Youngsters John Marquis and Benik Afobe started up front at Elland Road but were replaced by the more experienced Andy Keogh and Nathan Tyson, fit again after an ankle injury, during the second half.
James Henry was carried off on a stretcher after a hefty challenge but was able to come back on after treatment and should be available.
Fellow winger Chris Taylor was back on the bench after a knee injury and should be in the squad again, while midfielder Liam Trotter will be hoping for a recall after being dropped.
Wolves have no fresh injury concerns ahead of the trip.
Razak Boukari finally resumed training on Monday after his lengthy absence with a troublesome calf injury, with the wide man having no first-team action since late September.
But he will require much more fitness work before being considered for selection by boss Dean Saunders, who is still awaiting his first win after nine games at the helm.
Fit-again Stephen Hunt made his first league start of the season in Friday night's 1-1 draw against Watford and it remains to be seen whether he can handle two games in the space of five days.
Kevin Foley, Stephen Ward, Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, Danny Batth, David Davis, Jake Cassidy and Dave Edwards are among those competing for recalls for the relegation-threatened side.