Millwall netted another home win as they blasted two past Swindon at The Den.

The south east London side secured the three points and 2-0 result with goals by Lee Gregory and Aiden O’Brien, clocking up their third consecutive victory on home soil.

Manager Neil Harris praised the clean sheet and said he was “delighted with their professionalism”.

He told “Some of our play was outstanding and we were really good going forward.

“We had to be patient at times against a footballing team and then counter with pace. Our movement was great – it was just the execution itself which could’ve been slightly better.

“On a whole, if we are sitting here having got five or six, we could’ve still been talking about more.

“I’ve got a few goalscorers in the dressing room who will be a little bit disappointed not to have added to the tally.

“We should’ve scored more goals but overall I’m delighted with the clean sheet and the attacking play.”

The gaffer added the side’s recent good run of form meant the Lions were “edging towards” where he wanted them to be.

Millwall are now 13th on 17 points while the defeat in south London condemned Swindon manager Mark Cooper, who was sacked after the game.

Chairman Lee Power, a former Norwich player, has taken charge.