STEVE Lomas was pleased to see each member of his squad come through 45 minutes in Millwall's pre-season friendly win over Crawley Town on Saturday.
Jermaine Easter and Dany N'Guessan scored either side of half-time to seal a 2-0 win for the Lions, but Lomas was more satisfied with the physical workout his side were given.
He said: "It's about getting fitness – our first time back on the pitch in a competitive game. It's obviously to get the rustiness out of the players off the back of a tough week of double sessions and a couple of in-house games amongst ourselves.
"We did 45 minutes on Tuesday and then 60 on Thursday buy lexapro online ireland with a view to giving the boys 45 against Crawley, which everyone came through so I'm delighted."
Lomas hopes that Andy Keogh, who only began pre-season training last week following international duty, will be involved against Brentford on Tuesday night.
But the Millwall boss revealed left-back Shane Lowry is likely to miss out with a quad strain.
Lomas said: "We just wanted to give Andy a week's work to make sure he is in good condition. He will maybe come into contention for Brentford and Gillingham.
"Shane has tweaked his thigh, so we are just obviously making sure everything is right with that, we don't want it to develop into a bigger problem."