For the first time in a while I'm delighted to say that this is a tough decision. Jay Spearing was excellent in midfield, Josh Vela and Zach Clough put in a good shift and Mark Beevers was his usual brilliant self.
The two centre halves were by far and away the best players on the pitch last night. Neither of them put a foot wrong all night, I don't remember Millwall's attackers getting in behind them once, and the two big men won everything in the air.
But for me, David Wheater gets the nod ahead of Beevers for the superb finish that ensured we went home with a fully deserved three points. When the ball hit the back of the net I had no idea who had scored it, and presumed it must have been Henry given the way it was expertly steered home. I certainly didn't expect it to be Wheater.
But oh no, the big man Wheats it was who stepped up with a sublime volley - a second screamer of the game, to give a nod to Sammy Ameobi - and then proceeded to reveal a ‘get well soon' message for Ivan Klasnic - which the inept referee had the audacity to warn Wheater about for 'lifting up his shirt.'
This celebration prompted a series of odes to the Croatian striker from the Bolton fans, and it was fitting that such a great strike won the game in his honour.
There's no doubting that Beevers and Wheater are the best central defensive partnership in League One, and both their performances last night were testament to this fact.