MILLWALL boss Neil Harris outlined his satisfaction with the all-round performance of his side after seeing them finally win at home this season.
Shaun Williams exemplified the Lions’ persistence as he popped up in the box in injury time to head the winner against Peterborough.
Harris picked out Williams and the returning Carlos Edwards for praise as the duo combined for the clinching goal with the clock running down and the tie looking like it would have to be decided by penalties.
Edwards was superb at right-back and the result was the perfect tonic before the international break as Millwall halted a run of four successive defeats at home.
“First and foremost we played extremely well at times,” Harris said. “We saw a little bit more freedom from the guys to go and play and express themselves.
“We saw huge amounts of quality, especially going forward. But we saw loads we can still improve on.
“I lost count of the amount of goal-scoring opportunities we created, and not just that but the quality to get into those positions.
“I was delighted and I thought it was about right that it was a great cross by Carlos after he came back in the team, and Shaun Williams deserved the goal that he scored.
“He’s a great fellow, he wants to win and takes it badly when he gets beat. We left him out on Saturday and he responded in the perfect manner.”