Harry Kane scored nine goals for Milwall last year.
“We don’t think there’s any value in loaning Harry out to the Championship again. He’s ticked that box.
“He may need a few more games if he’s not in the frame at Tottenham, but he’s going to be given every opportunity to prove himself to the new manager. If the manager decides he’s not ready, that would be the only time we would consider loaning him out.
“But as we stand, we’re not looking to loan him.”
“I know Kenny Jackett because we played together at Watford, so there’s a connection there. Millwall is a good move for our young boys because it gives them experience and it’s local.
“Sometimes it works out, as with Kane, but sometimes it doesn’t, as with Mason.
“I will sit down with the new manager and talk in more depth about his philosophy on loaning younger players.
“We don’t really learn anything from sending players to the Championship for a second time.”