Millwall manager Kenny Jackett signalled his intention to keep Chris Wood at the club after his second goal in as many games helped his side to a 2-0 win at Blackburn, a result that takes them above Rovers into the play-offs.
The New Zealand international, on loan from West Brom, produced a sumptuous piece of skill before unleashing an unstoppable long range strike after 71 minutes, and James Henry wrapped up the points in the final minute with an impressive long range strike that stretches Millwall's unbeaten League run to 11 games.
Jackett said of Wood: "He is doing very well and in a rich vein of form but I'm sure he'd be the first one to say that the partners he's had have been very good as well. (Andy) Keogh and (Darius) Henderson have really helped him out a lot.
"Obviously he is here until Christmas and it's an obvious one that we'd like it further. He's done very well for us and it is an obvious thing to say if we could get him at Millwall of course we would."
Blackburn manager Henning Berg is still looking for his first win at Ewood Park but thought the quality of shooting was the main difference between the sides.
"It's possible to stop it before Wood gets the ball," he said. "He doesn't have to get it in that position if we defend a bit better early on but as soon as he shoots it's very difficult to stop.
"It's a fantastic strike but we could have done better before that.
"The second goal, we lose the ball in the centre in midfield and again they got a shooting opportunity that he took well. The biggest difference between the teams was the shooting ability."
Berg was also pleased with Josh King, who made his first appearance off the bench after joining on loan from Manchester United.
"I think he did ok. He doesn't know the players and has hardly trained with us so we had to have a good look at him before he came on," he said. "He got into some very good positions and had a great effort with his first shot."