Kenny Jackett praised the professionalism of his Millwall players after they claimed a place in the FA Cup quarter-finals with a 3-0 win at Luton Town.
The Lions boss admitted it had been a difficult week after a documentary was released about the goings on around the club.
“It has been quite a tough week for me as manager. I’ve been answering questions that are non-football [matters],” he stated.
“We have all come through it and we’ve made sure that it didn’t creep out on to the pitch.”
Jackett was particularly pleased with the way his side dealt with what was a potentially tricky away tie.
“It was a professional performance and getting the first goal was key to the game,” he said.
“It was a tremendous opportunist goal by James Henry when he saw their central defender was struggling.
“After that we backed it up with some good defending because they put us under a lot of pressure.”