Here is how we rated Millwall's players in their victory over Brentford: 

Bartosz Bialkowski – 7 

A brilliant save per game from the on-loan keeper is now becoming mandatory. Getting him tied down on a permanent deal must be on the top of Gary Rowett’s list when the window reopens this week. 

Mahlon Romeo – 7 

Blossoms in the new wing-back role that Rowett has introduced for him. His pace and trickery down the right-flank was instrumental to most of Millwall’s attacks. 

Jake Cooper – 6 

Playing on the left side of the back three he was allowed to roam when Millwall had the ball. He secretly is a winger in disguise.  

Shaun Hutchinson – 7 

Solid performance, Watkins and Benrahma did not get a look in all afternoon. 

Alex Pearce – 7 

His presence in the centre of defence just seems to settle everyone around him. A performance which personified why he is the captain. 

Murray Wallace – 7 

After not starting the last two games due to illness, he slotted back seamlessly back into the side. 

Shaun Williams – 7 

Controlled Millwall’s tempo all afternoon, whilst showing at 33-years of age his feet can still dance as he waltzed around Brentford’s midfield on countless occasions. 

Jayson Molumby – 8 

A menace all afternoon who suffocated Brentford’s midfield. Nibbled away at everything and his tenacity to close down Raya in the 13th minute was central to O’Brien’s opener. 

Jed Wallace – 7 

No goals or assists this game, but his flair gives Millwall an extra dimension. Every time he is on the ball you feel that something is going to happen.  

Tom Bradshaw – 6 

Run himself into the ground but would have wanted to be involved a lot more offensively. 

Aiden O’Brien – 8 

How does he like his eggs in the morning? My bet is poached. Experiencing his first start under Rowett the striker proved to his new manager that he knows where the goal is.