SUMMER signing Lee Gregory scored his first goal in a Millwall shirt in a behind-closed-doors friendly against Aldershot on Tuesday.
And Lions boss Ian Holloway says he has been impressed with the striker since his arrival from Halifax Town in a £250,000-deal last month.
Gregory tapped in from close range after Jermaine Easter's cut-back to open his Lions account – albeit in a training ground game.
"It's great for him to get off the mark," Holloway said.
"If that game had been at Aldershot's ground like it should have been, he would have scored for Millwall – so he has done now as far as I'm concerned.
"He's looked like scoring and now he's got a goal.
"We missed having a striker over the top last year – a predator on the last man. Lee's got good lexapro generic ok link up play and he's better in the air than I thought he was.
"He's played that lone role quite a bit for Halifax and scored 32 goals in one season.
"I'm delighted with how he's fitted in physically because he was previously training twice a week and so that was a risk. But he's taken to it like a duck to water to be honest."
Scott McDonald and Josh Wright were also on target as Millwall claimed a 3-1 victory.
"There looks to be an understanding growing between the forwards," Holloway added. "We could have scored more goals in the end.
"It was a successful day – everyone got 90 minutes under their belts and I was pleased with how we performed. I was delighted that McDonald scored as well to get him off the mark."