Millwall boss Neil Harris said nothing has changed away from home - his attacking players have just started to be more clinical.

Fred Onyedinma came off the bench to score his first ever Championship goal 13 minutes from time to earn the Lions their third straight away league win.

It’s the first time since May 2014 that Harris’ side have won three consecutive games on the road in the Championship after their stunning late win at Leeds in January and a 2-0 victory over Reading at the beginning of the month.

Harris said: “I don’t think we have changed. We were fantastic at Aston Villa, fantastic at Bristol City, we absolutely dominated at Fulham earlier in the season and did not win games.

“Nottingham Forest first game of the season the referee might have stopped it at half-time if we had scored our 45 chances we created in the first-half.

“We could have so many more points. I think all we have done now is centre-forwards have found their form. Attacking players, I should say have found their form away from home and we are getting stronger as the season goes on.”

Onyedinma’s 77th minute goal was his first league goal since February 2017 (371 days) and capped off an impressive cameo for the Lions trainee.

Despite his inconsistent form this season, Harris was full of praise for his match-winner.

He said: “He’s a sprinter. Young Fred is an athlete. He is very up and down in his performances, because he is young and the way he plays.

“When he comes off the bench with 20-25 minutes to go that is the impact I have got to demand as a manager. I thought he changed the outcome of the game when he came on.

“Birmingham at home in front of 20,000 can start building momentum and it only takes one corner, one free-kick or one refereeing decision to build them up and we took the game away from them.”