Neil Harris was delighted with his side after they made it consecutive Championship away wins with a 2-0 win over Reading at the Madejski Stadium.

Substitute Mahlon Romeo crossed for Leandro Bacuna to turn past his own keeper and then on 73 minutes Lee Gregory kept his cool to double Millwall’s lead.

It’s now six games without a defeat for The Lions after their defeat at Carrow Road on New Year’s Day and the first time since October they have kept back-to-back league clean sheets.

Harris said: “I thought it was a very dominant display, without the ball we were very impressive, very disciplined and organised. On the ball we made really good decisions. Against Reading concentration is key because they keep the ball, and then when you’ve got it you’ve got to be focused on what you’re trying to achieve.

“Today it was all about realising where the space was going to be on the pitch, we spoke in depth about that the last 48 hours with the players.”

The Lions controlled the first-half, but somehow managed to go in to the break without troubling the scoreboard. Gregory had an effort ruled for offside, Conor McLaughlin had a fizzing volley saved and on the stroke of half-time Steve Morison headed back across goal and a combination of the upright, Vito Mannone and the Reading defence came to the home sides safety.

Reading started the second-half on the front-foot and Jordan Archer had to be at his best to prevent Mo Barrow from giving The Royals the lead, but from the moment Bacuna sliced past Mannone, the outcome wasn’t in doubt.

Seventeen minutes from time Steve Morison found space and sent Gregory away, who touched past Mannone before slotting home and Harris was delighted with his front-two.

He added: “We were excellent and should have been in front at half-time, not just from open play but from set-plays we were a real threat. I was really pleased to get the two goals, two very different goals. It was a good day’s work.

“The front pair were excellent, and it was another assist for Steve Morison, I think that’s his 14th in total in all competitions this season. Lee was just offside for the first one in the first half, but they were outstanding.”