Ipswich Town returned to winning ways with their biggest victory of the season, downing Millwall 4-0 at The Den. Alex Jones provides his player ratings.

Vaclav Hladky

A few good saves but largely untroubled. Did well playing out from the back, and the clean sheet will do his confidence the world of good. 8

Harry Clarke

Gave Millwall little to work with down the left and set up the third goal to wrap up the win. He's been incredibly consistent in recent weeks and this was an excellent performance. 9

Luke Woolfenden

Wasn't tested defensively too much, but he was superb playing out from the back. Slick and accurate. Played a big part in suffocating Millwall in the second half. 8

East Anglian Daily Times: Cameron Burgess made his first start since returning from the Asian CupCameron Burgess made his first start since returning from the Asian Cup (Image: Ross Halls)

Cameron Burgess

Fantastic to have him back, especially with a performance like that. Dominant off the ball and equally as impressive on it. His ball over the top for the second goal was superb. 8

Leif Davis

Had to do more defensively than we've seen recently, but he really got stuck in. Another strong performance, albeit maybe with a little less creativity. 8

Sam Morsy

His performances are so consistent, and this fell into that bracket. Ran the show from midfield, added a physical presence and covered the back line. 8

Massimo Luongo

A few shaky performances recently, but this was much better. So slick on the ball and dictated the tempo well. 8

Wes Burns

A bit of a surprise to see him start while Conor Chaplin was dropped, but he put in a much improved performance. Drew fouls and really ran at Murray Wallace. Town didn't constantly use him as the outlet, and he looked better for it. Robbed Jake Cooper to win the corner for the opener. 8

Omari Hutchinson

Made his first league start since December 29th and took his chance brilliantly. His cross for the opener showed how much his decision making has improved since joining Ipswich. Lively throughout. 8

Nathan Broadhead

Welcome back to the party Nathan Broadhead! Having navigated a barren run, he now has two goals in two games. He also set up the own-goal for the second on a brilliant night, both for Ipswich and for him on an individual level. 9 (Man of the Match)

East Anglian Daily Times: Kieffer Moore has now scored three goals in his last three gamesKieffer Moore has now scored three goals in his last three games (Image: Ross Halls)

Kieffer Moore

Offered so much in both boxes. When he wasn't battling Millwall's centre-backs, he was clearing balls out of the box from set pieces. Deserved a goal, as well as his first win in an Ipswich shirt. 8

Sub: Conor Chaplin (67')

Came on when the game was done and didn't have much to do. Tested Matija Sarkic with a good shot. 6

Sub: Jeremy Sarmiento (67')

Same as Chaplin, but he was great fun to watch. His flicks and tricks are great when Town are cruising. 6

Sub: Lewis Travis (76')

Slotted in seamlessly for Massimo Luongo. 6

Sub: Ali Al-Hamadi (76')

Looked incredibly lively once again. Won the penalty and dispatched it for his first goal in a Town shirt. Great to hear the away end singing his name. 7

Sub: Kayden Jackson (86')