KENNY Jackett praised Millwall for grinding out their fourth straight win after Andy Keogh's goal defeated Wolves at Molineux.
The Lions boss felt his side fully deserved their victory, sealed by Keogh's 78th-minute strike against his former club, describing their performance in the second-half as dominant.
"It's a fantastic result for us," he said. "I thought in the first-half we were flat, we looked like we lacked energy but we hung in there.
"The game went flat after half an hour. But going into the second-half we grew. We looked in control. You could see the opportunity and the goal coming.
"I'm pleased for Andy. He had two goals disallowed against Blackburn in a fantastic performance and I didn't think either was offside. He was due a goal tonight and it was a very good finish."
The win lifted Millwall up to fifth in the Championship table and while Jackett stressed the need to stay level-headed, he did admit that he inevitably thinks about promotion.
"Everyone in the Championship has a Premier League dream," he said. "That's what you're there for.
"We recognise that there are some big clubs that spend a lot of money in this division. But do we dream? Do we have that ambition? Yes, definitely."
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