Millwall manager Neil Harris has expressed his delight at taking three points from his side's clash with Doncaster Rovers this evening.
The Lions ran out 2-0 winners after a first-half double from Steve Morison, and although Harris admits that his side were not at their best, the 38-year-old saw some improvement in his side's performance.
"We certainly weren't at our best tonight, that's for sure," Harris told reporters after the game. "I wasn't a happy man at half time.
"We could've been five or six up but we got the two goals that mattered. I'm delighted with the clean sheet.
"Overall I'm delighted with the win and the three points. Tonight proved that we are making small steps forward but we can get better, and we will."
Millwall will take on Bradford City in their next League One fixture on Saturday.