ASSISTANT manager Joe Gallen insists Millwall are not safe from relegation yet despite their 1-0 win at Portsmouth on Tuesday evening.
Harry Kane's first-half winner at Fratton Park took the Lions eight points clear of the relegation zone, all-but securing Championship football for another season.
"It is close, but the manager wants 50 points and we usually try and give the manager what he wants," Gallen told the club's official site.
"It is an exceptional win for us because it was a six-pointer and we have kept a third clean sheet in a row. Portsmouth are a really big club http://ugateamunited.com/online/ with a really big support. To come here on any given night and win is a big deal.
"We spoke beforehand about our organisation, our fitness and how we have to be exceptional at those things. You then need that bit of quality from your forwards.
"Luckily for us in recent weeks, Harry [Kane] and Andy Keogh have combined really well and looked dangerous against any opponent. They combined really well tonight for Harry to score with a really good finish.
"From then on in, we had to deal with some pressure but I always thought we were going to be okay."