STEVE Lomas was keeping his feet firmly on the ground after Millwall's best performance of pre-season in a 3-1 win over Gillingham.
The Lions raced into a three-goal lead inside the opening half an hour at the Priestfield Stadium courtesy of Steve Morison's brace and Andy Keogh's header.
The standard of Millwall's attacking play was far superior to that on show against Brentford in midweek, but Lomas was reluctant to single out any of his players for special praise.
When asked about the partnership between Keogh and Morison, Lomas said: "The two boys that replaced them linked up well too – but for the woodwork and two or three great saves, Dany N'Guessan and Jermaine Easter would have got the goals their workrate deserved.
"It was good for some of the lads to get 60 minutes, and others 30, so we'll look at the Bromley game on Tuesday and see if we play a couple in that. Our passing was much generic lexapro works just as well better and we were positive.
"We're happy with the result but all that matters is on August 3 against Yeovil."
Richard Chaplow made his first appearance in a Lions shirt since completing his move from Southampton but Lomas says the 28-year-old is still slightly behind in terms of his fitness.
"Rich is a quality player that has two promotions under his belt in the last three years," Lomas said. "He needs to get up to speed but his run out will do him the world of good."
Lomas, who signed Nicky Bailey on Friday, remains on the lookout for new additions but has thanked the club for their backing in the transfer market to date.
"I still think there is probably a bit to go," he said. "The board and the chairman have been receptive to my ideas – it's up to me to put forward what we need and hopefully they can make it happen. They've been very good so far with me."