Date:Tuesday March 28 2006
Scots international Colin Cameron has had his month long loan to Millwall extended until the end of the season.
Glenn Hoddle has retained a 24 hour recall clause in a worst case scenario, but it looks like the terrace favourite could have played his last match for Wolves.
Cameron has already been told his contract will not be renewed this summer as Wanderers look to shed some of their more experienced pro's.
Millwall manager David Tuttle said
'It's great news that Colin will be staying with us after Saturday because he has made a major contribution since he's been here
'I'm grateful to Wolves for allowing him to stay and his presence only increases my belief that we can avoid relegation.'
Vital Wolvess would like to wish Colin good luck with The Lions.
Just don't come back to haunt us, eh Mickey?
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