Millwall manager Neil Harris says their performance in their victory against Leeds United at the Den was the definition of a typical ‘Millwall performance’.

The Lions had to be patient but were rewarded when Aiden O’Brien struck on 73 minutes to earn them there second league win of the season. 

Harris said: “I think that probably was the epitome. We bossed all areas of the park, we were strong in both boxes, we had good, real end-product. We went back to front at the right time and Steve [Morison] and Fred [Onyedinma] up top were a handful. 

“We got into really good areas and we played on the front foot with really good intensity and that is certainly important at the Den.” 

The win moves the Lions up 15th in the Championship and Harris was pleased that Millwall’s achieved the result that their performance deserved, something that hasn’t happened enough this season. 

Harris said: “We were better at Nottingham Forest first game of the season. We have played in a lot of games this season where we have been as good as that, in my opinion and not got the points, so it's very pleasing to play that well and get the three points.”