Steve Cooper was pleased with Swansea’s performance and had plenty of praise for Jamal Lowe, who has previously been a transfer target for Millwall.
Andre Ayew struck right on the stroke of half time before Lowe’s second-half brace sealed all three points for the Swans as they ran out 3-0 victors at The Den on Saturday.
The result leaves Millwall ninth and ended their three-match winning run.
Cooper told Sky Sports: “[I’m] really pleased. Brilliant win, the performance was equally as good as well. It took a lot of courage to play like that.
“We’ve had a couple of disappointing results. It’s never easy losing games on the bounce. We didn’t play well in the last two games, but I don’t think we deserved to lose them, but we did.
“To come away from home, to a place like Millwall, who have won three on the bounce, to play in that style, and score those goals and to keep a clean sheet and see all those individual performances is really pleasing and it’s important we build on that.”
Lowe took his goal haul to 12 for the campaign and ended a barren 17-match run without scoring.
“There’s a lot of questions, I have to answer about Jamal and the amount of goals [he has scored],” said Cooper. “We trust him 100 per cent and he has been a really good player for us this season. He is a really good lad as well. To see him get a couple of goals as well, is brilliant for him.
“Jamal’s biggest strength is his character, he always shows for the ball, he takes risks and that’s the sign of a good player.”
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