Last Updated: Sat, 19 Jan 2013 19:40
Sean Dyche has challenged his Burnley players to keep building on their three successive league wins.
Striker Sam Vokes opened the scoring for Burnley, who beat Crystal Palace last time out, in the 19th minute following good work from former West Ham winger Junior Stanislas.
Danny Ings then capitalised on a Danny Shittu error just before the hour to add a second while Liam Trotter had an effort cleared off the line for the Lions late on.
And Dyche, who made 69 appearances for Millwall between 1999 and 2002, is calling for more of the same from Burnley, who are now four points off the play-off places in seventh.
"It is good fun climbing the table; I wish it was easy enough week in, week out. You've got 11 each week out to get you but the feelgood factor is there," said Dyche.
"I want us to win as many games as possible and who knows where that can take us? That's the challenge, quite simply.
"We're in the hunt right now but we can only take it one game at a time. It was a very good performance against Millwall and a very good win for many different reasons.
"In the first half we were on top but in the second half they made it tough. We didn't start well, the first seven or eight minutes of the second half is the only part I'm not happy with.
"We controlled the feel and tempo of the game in the first half. In the second half you expect a reaction from any team, especially Millwall, so it was tougher but we held on."
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