KENNY Jackett described Chris Wood's winner against Leeds United as a "quality goal" after Millwall extended their unbeaten run to ten matches.
Wood was on hand to convert Shane Lowry's inch-perfect cross at the back post in the 85th minute of the Lions' 1-0 victory at The Den.
And Jackett said: "It was a real quality goal that decided it. It was a fantastic ball from Shane and Chris was in the right place at the right time.
"Any win in the Championship is hard-earned and it was today. Millwall-Leeds games are very passionate and today was no different. We're pleased to come out on top.
"It's an achievement to go ten unbeaten. It shows that there is some character in the dressing room.
"We feel we've done it by reducing the number of goals we've conceded and it was another good clean sheet against Leeds.
"We have to keep working at it. We have two tough away trips to Blackburn and Wolves coming up. They're great games and they can't come quickly enough really."
Leeds boss Neil Warnock criticised referee Mark Halsey for sending-off Luke Varney and for not awarding the visitors a penalty for shirt-pulling in the area, but Jackett said:
"My first impressions were that it was a red card. I saw no penalty that should have been given."