Winger, 24, to join when the transfer window opens
Millwall are set to sign winger Paris Cowan-Hall from Wycombe Wanderers on a two-and-a-half-year deal.
Paris, 24, has completed a medical and will officially join the club for an undisclosed fee when the January transfer window opens on Saturday.
Able to play down either flank or through the middle, Paris set a new Football League record for The Chairboys in December by scoring in five consecutive games and has six in total so far this season. He is Cup-tied, however, so will not be in contention to make his Millwall debut until the League visit to Blackpool.
The deal to bring Paris to the club will see Fred Onyedinma, who has been on loan at Adams Park, extend his stay with Wycombe until the end of the season.
On that aspect of the deal, Millwall boss Ian Holloway said: "Fred is getting the chance to play first team football and will gain valuable experience under Gareth Ainsworth. He is six years younger than Paris, and when he comes back to us in the summer he will be better equipped to be a real asset for us next season."