Neil Harris has played down Millwall’s play-off chances after extending their unbeaten run to seven league games.

The Lions came from behind to beat Sheffield Wednesday courtesy of second-half goals from Lee Gregory and Steve Morison.

The result moves Millwall up to 11th and just eight points outside the top six.

When asked if his side can start dreaming of a play-off finish, Harris said: “No, let’s not get carried away. I know the points gap has decreased. We’re just pushing on at the moment.

“I’ve seen the league table, we’re up to 11th. It’s a great place for my players to be in. The company we’re in in this division, full credit goes to the squad for what they're achieving at the moment.

“But we’ve got a long way to go. I’ve just said to my players ‘forget Sheffield Wednesday, forget Birmingham and forget the recent results, it’s all about Burton on Saturday’.

“I said that because Burton came here earlier in the season and robbed us, the referee conned us with the decision to lose Jed [Wallace].

“They had one shot in 90 minutes and scored. We want to put that right. We just want to keep going, the boys are loving it.”

Millwall were dominant from start to finish against an injury-hit Sheffield Wednesday side, who rarely threatened Jordan Archer’s goal. 

Joey Pelupessy’s stunning solo effort gave the visitors a first-half lead, but the Lions showed character and resilience to continue their impressive form in 2018. 

Harris added: “I was really pleased with the first-half, there was no moaning or ranting, and there was nothing tactical to change. 

“We just needed to maybe be a little bit more aggressive with and without the ball. I thought we could've pressed a bit more and move the ball a little bit quicker. 

“In the second-half, the players were outstanding. We could've scored a couple more and when we had to stand tall and defend, we did. I’m really pleased for the players tonight.”