Could Millwall make it to the Premier League and will West Ham be there to face them?
Millwall were originally founded as Millwall Rovers in 1885 and spent 83 years playing their home games until 1993, where they moved to the New Den. They reached the FA Cup final in 2004, which allowed them to have a short spell in Europe.
What impact would the striker's arrival at Derby County have on Sam Winnall's future, on loan from Sheffield Wednesday?
Championship trio Sheffield Wednesday, Derby County and Sunderland reportedly Millwall's Lee Gregory, but where are Leeds United?
Derby County let Darren Bent join Championship rivals Burton Albion on loan in the January transfer window while Jason Shackell headed to Millwall.
West Bromwich Albion considered Brentford's Dean Smith as Alan Pardew's replacement but could Bristol City, Millwall or Preston bosses also interest them?
Sunderland are amongst the host of Championship sides reportedly interested in signing Millwall striker Lee Gregory.
Championship duo Sheffield Wednesday and Derby County are just two of the sides keen on signing Millwall striker Lee Gregory.
Sunderland are bottom of the Championship and slipping towards League One - so signing Millwall striker Lee Gregory would make perfect sense.
The Millwall man is a reported transfer target for Sunderland and Sheffield Wednesday.
Diminutive play-maker Ross Wallace was fielded up front as Sheffield Wednesday lost 2-1 to Championship rivals Millwall at The Den.
Part One of HITC Sport's Championship predictions includes Leeds United, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Sunderland and Queens Park Rangers.
HITC Sport understands Luton Town striker is attracting interest.
Thorniley was stretchered off in the 72nd minute as Sheffield Wednesday went down 2-1 at Millwall.
Max Clark is set to leave Hull City this summer and could join Championship rivals Nottingham Forest or Millwall.
HITC Sport understands Millwall striker John Marquis is poised to leave the club on loan with several sides chasing his signature.
Pundit Ian Wright says he is hoping Millwall can win promotion.
While Wolverhampton Wanderers have cruised to the Championship title, Ben Marshall has been getting his career back on track at Millwall
The sports foundation at the heart of the Millwall FC compulsory purchase battle has been making false claims of having a £2m funding agreement from Sport England during the ongoing CPO process, the Guardian can reveal.
Arsenal, Leicester City and Manchester City are all at risk as the FA Cup resumes.
There has been a sense around The Den that Millwall’s performances have not been yielding the results they deserve in the Championship and for more than 70 minutes here it looked like the home fans would be left gnashing their teeth in frustration once again.
Neil Harris did not really need anything other than his playing days to make him a Millwall legend, but taking them back into the Championship as a manager adds a delightful layer of polish to that status.