BRENTFORD boss Andy Scott admits he could make a move for Millwall winger Lewis Grabban when the transfer window opens tonight.
Chief executive Andrew Mills has given him the green light to bolster his squad as they face a crippling fixture pile-up with eight games in January.
Grabban had his loan spell at Griffin Park cut short earlier this season after an injury crisis forced him to be recalled to the New Den.
And with Rowan Vine having returned to QPR, Scott says he might bring Grabban back to west London.
He said: "We were speaking to Millwall about Lewis before the loan window shut in November, but Kenny Jackett didn't feel they could let him back out as they had some injuries.
"We may address that in January when the window re-opens."
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