Millwall moved up to 11th in the Championship after beating Sheffield Wednesday at the Den.

Second-half goals from Lee Gregory and Steve Morison cancelled out Joey Pelupessy’s opener.

Here are five things we learned…

Is a late play-off push realistic?

Millwall are just eight points from a play-off place with 13 games remaining. Their form since the turn of the year has been incredible.

The win over Sheffield Wednesday extended their unbeaten league run to seven games, and they look a real force at the moment.

The Lions were one of the favourites to go down at the start of the season, so to be in this position at this stage of the campaign, is nothing short of remarkable. They have been up against some big clubs with huge budgets.

Neil Harris played down any chance of a play-off push last night, but you never know in football…

The Gregory-Morison partnership is in full swing

It was deadly in League One and it’s proving too hot to handle in the Championship.

Gregory and Morison have been in red hot form in 2018 and both players got on the scoresheet for the first time this season.

The Owls defenders were constantly hassled and hurried by the duo.

Millwall will need them to continue their impressive form if the club is to maintain a top half place.

Millwall were rarely troubled

Similarly to Birmingham on the weekend, the Owls offered a minimal attacking threat. That was largely down to Millwall’s impeccable defensive shape.

Jordan Archer, who could do nothing about Pelupessy’s superb strike, didn’t have a save to make for the entire evening.

Jake Cooper and Shaun Hutchinson led by example at the back, and dealt comfortably with Wednesday’s physical threat in the second-half.

Referee Peter Bankes frustrates Millwall again

Bankes refereed Millwall’s defeat to Nottingham Forest on the opening day of the season where he controversially disallowed a Morison equaliser. He pulled play back for an apparent off-the-ball incident which seemed very, very soft.

Bankes was back officiating a Millwall game yesterday and had his fair share of controversy.

Pelupessy looked offside for the Owls’ opener before the experienced referee failed to give a penalty to the Lions in the second-half after Morison’s cross appeared to hit a hand.

Fortunately, those decisions didn't come back to cost Millwall as they scored twice in nine minutes.

Mahlon Romeo continues to impress

Romeo has been solid since coming into the team at the start of December. He has started the majority of Millwall’s games since then, keeping Conor McLaughlin on the bench.

Yesterday, the young full-back put in another disciplined display.

His last-minute crunching slide tackle to clear the ball from danger epitomised this current Millwall side.