KENNY Jackett hailed strike duo Andy Keogh and Harry Kane after they put Burnley to the sword.
The pair scored either side of Josh Wright's long-range volley to secure a vital 3-1 for Millwall at Turf Moor.
And having been forced to leave unfit top-scorer Darius Henderson on the bench, Jackett admitted it was a timely goalscoring performance from his other forwards.
"Keogh and Kane up front were excellent – they really did give us a platform to work off," he told the club's official website.
"They constantly gave a good Burnley defence problems and scored a goal a piece as well.
"They gave us a real threat at the back of Burnley, which we haven't always had this season.
"Harry getting the third goal put us in a great position and we saw it through. Some of our best results this season have come in the face of adversity, and everyone dug in – but we played with a lot of quality as well."
Kane, who is on-loan at The Den from Tottenham, has scored three goals in 14 appearances for the Lions, whilst Keogh has netted twice since his £500,000-move from Wolves in January.