Millwall manager Willie Donachie claims his side can perform much better than they did against Rotherham on Saturday despite thrashing the hapless Millers 4-0 at The Den.
Neil Harris resumed his mantle as the Lions' chief goalscorer after a two-year sabbatical as his return inspired his side to an emphatic win.
Chris Zebroski and two from Darren Byfield completed the rout, but Donachie still believes there is more to come from his side.
"I thought the spirit, passion and commitment were superb, but we can still play a lot better," he claimed.
"We're still trying to get where we want to be, but we're definitely going in the right direction.
"I was really pleased for Neil (Harris) and he deserves it. In the two games he has been an example to everyone. He was desperate to come back and seems to be a very honest guy.
"We knew Darren was going to score, but that is what good forwards do."