NEIL Harris is bursting with pride after leading Millwall to victory in two "high-pressure" games at The Den in quick succession.
The Lions had been on a club-record 13-game winless run on home soil prior to their 2-1 derby victory over Charlton.
And they bounced back quickly from defeat to Watford to triumph over relegation rivals Wigan in a must-win fixture on Tuesday night.
That is the first midweek game Millwall have won at The Den in an astonishing 576 days.
And Harris is delighted that home results are starting to pick up under his leadership.
"That was one of the key things when I was asked to take over because the home form has been disappointing," Harris said.
"There was certainly no lack of effort from Ian Holloway or the players, it just hasn't quite happened.
"Now we've gone back to Millwall basics and won two high-pressure games – against Charlton in a local derby and against Wigan when it meant a lot to both clubs.
"I'm really proud of the fact we've scored goals and won both games."
Of the Lions' four remaining fixtures, only one – against Derby – is in SE16.
"That's a shame now," Harris added. "It's not just about the next four games, but next season and the season after that.
"It's about a group of players realising that The Den is ours and that this is our home.
"I've played in teams here when nobody wanted to play against us. You'd beat teams before they even turned up and we have to go back to that mentality."