#1: Josh Wright may yet have a future at Millwall
The performance of Josh Wright was certainly a highlight of last night's game.
The midfielder made just six appearances last season – only two of them under Ian Holloway – and he was being tipped to leave the club at the start of the summer.
But Wright may well have forced his way back into Holloway's plans with this display. Albeit against League Two opposition, Wright dictated Millwall's passing game in a holding role.
His distribution was quick and accurate – and more often than not his first pass was a forward one.
In the past, fans have criticised the 24-year-old for being too negative, but he was always on the front foot against the Chairboys and wasn't afraid to run with the ball either.
And when the Lions were reduced to ten men, Wright did a superb job of holding the line and mopping up any loose balls in the engine room.
A definite man-of-the-match contender.
#2: Lee Gregory just needs a goal
You get the impression that once Lee Gregory scores his first goal for Millwall, plenty more will follow. So hopefully it won't be long before he gets off the mark.
On Tuesday evening, Gregory ploughed a lone furrow up front and was surprisingly effective for someone of his size. The striker is much stronger and more combative than you might think.
Whether the striker is best-suited to a lone role is up for debate, and perhaps he would prefer having a partner alongside him, but he didn't disappoint with his efforts against Wycombe.
Occasionally Gregory's first touch let him down, but his hold up play was impressive and he won plenty in the air despite being manhandled by two bruising centre backs.
Two clever one-twos with Magaye Gueye and Fred Onyedinma nearly led to goals, and he went close to opening his account with a searing 20-yard drive that zipped narrowly over the bar.
Gregory has plenty to offer the Lions – he just needs a goal to settle him down.
#3: Holloway has strength in depth and youth in reserve
The strength – and size – of Millwall's squad was highlighted last night.
Holloway rested seven first-teamers who face Leeds United at the weekend but was still able to put out a competitive side that got the job done.
And the starting XI was bolstered by six academy graduates on the bench, which is testament to the coaching work carried out by youth bosses Scott Fitzgerald and Neil Harris.
Fred Onyedinma, who Lions fans saw in action last season, brightened up a pretty dour game with his raw pace.
The Millwall coaching staff have encouraged Onyedinma to make more of his speed by knocking the ball in behind opposition defences and chasing after it.
Jack Powell and Josh Siafa also came on in the second half for their Lions debuts and didn't look out of place in a first-team match.
Some of Holloway's young players will benefit from loan spells elsewhere but there's enough to suggest that they can make the grade at Millwall one day.
#4: Jimmy Abdou's passing has come on leaps and bounds
You might be surprised to hear that Jimmy Abdou had the best pass completion rate of any Millwall player against Leeds last weekend.
And the popular midfielder continued in the same vein against Wycombe.
Abodu's strength will never be his distribution or attacking play but there are signs to suggest he is improving that side of his game to meet the demands of Holloway.
#5: David Forde hasn't slackened off after penning new deal
There can sometimes be a downturn in a player's form after he signs a new long-term contract.
They've worked so hard to win a new deal that, once they've put pen-to-paper, there's less to play for because their future is no longer up in the air.
But David Forde, last season's Player of the Year winner, can't be accused of having such an attitude.
Ireland's number one has picked up from where he left off, starting the new campaign with back-to-back clean sheets, and made two top notch saves against Wycombe.