Millwall Lionesses boss Dan Mlinar says he is delighted that his side are the only Women's Super League Two team yet to lose in 2015.
After one win and five draws in their first six games, Millwall beat Watford Ladies 3-2 on Sunday to move up to fourth in WSL 2.
"We made a lot harder work of it than we should have," Mlinar told BBC Sport.
"As we've had so many draws, you could see there were nerves. A win is a win and we'll take it."
|Millwall's unbeaten start|
|Millwall Lionesses have the joint-best defensive record in the division, having conceded just seven league goals so far. However, their nine goals scored is 14 less than league leaders Reading's total of 23.|
Doncaster Rovers Belles' loss to Reading on Saturday left Mlinar's side as the only undefeated team in the second tier so far this season.
"I'm absolutely delighted," he added. "I think is a brilliant achievement. We're trying to set a target now - to take that unbeaten run into the summer break.
"But with Reading up next, that's going to be extremely difficult."
Millwall travel to the Madejski Stadium to face league leaders Reading on Friday.