MILLWALL won 4-0 at Sheffield Wednesday to start the Joe Edwards era off in the best possible fashion.
After a cagey opening 30 minutes, the Lions took control after Murray Wallace headed the Lions into the lead.
George Saville would score a belter to make it 2-0 before half-time.
Wes Harding netted again from close-range before Brooke Norton-Cuffy grabbed his first goal of the season with a brilliantly-taken effort after dribbling into the box.
It was Millwall’s first win at Hillsborough since 2005, ending a run of seven winless visits to the ground.
The London side are also now six unbeaten away from home since the 3-1 defeat at Norwich City in August, a record that will face a serious challenge in their new game on the road – away at Ipswich Town at the end of this month.