NEIL Harris praised Millwall's defensive performance after they kept only their second clean http://www.buyamoxil-amoxicillin.com sheet away from home this season against Doncaster Rovers.
The Lions ground out a point at the Keepmoat Stadium on Sunday to end a run of three straight league defeats in the first game after the sacking of Steve Lomas.
Harris, placed in temporary charge alongside Scott Fitzgerald, said: "I'm delighted with the clean sheet and I thought we were the better team.
"Doncaster were always going to have periods of play that were going to cause us problems, because they have some good players.
"Above all I'm delighted for the boys. The attitude and desire they have shown in the last couple of days has been phenomenal.
"David Forde, the defence and the rest of the team keeping a clean sheet was testament to their hard work.
"I'm delighted with the opportunities we made and the positions we got into, but the decision making wasn't quite there in the final third at times.
"But we've built a platform there to go into the Leicester game on New Year's Day. The clean sheet bodes well for the future and I thought Shane Lowry in particular was outstanding."
Harris admitted he and Fitzgerald felt slightly nervous during their first game in charge.
He said: "Obviously we didn't want to let anybody down because the board have asked us to do an important job for them.
"We put our faith in the players and rightly so because they are good players, but you're nervous for them as well.
"We've been trying to make sure the lads aren't too down but that they take responsibility for what's happened.
"They can't dwell on it and have to move forward. We have to put belief in their minds that they are good players and play well, and they performed today.
"We asked the players to have confidence in themselves, a bit of belief and have the desire that a Millwall team must show.
"We said that if you make a mistake, let your mate get the ball back for you and the next time you make a mistake, you get it back for him.
"I think we saw that spirit today."