Rotherham boss Steve Evans could not hide his delight as his side ran riot in the first half in their 4-0 win against Oxford on Tuesday.
The Millers smashed all four goals in 14 minutes before the break at the Kassam Stadium as they stretched their unbeaten run to six matches.
After David Noble had put Rotherham ahead there was only one team in it. Kari Arnason headed in Ben Pringle's corner three minutes later and skipper Johnny Mullins, who had been loaned out to Oxford earlier in the season, made it three.
Pringle then added a fourth before half-time with a far-post tap-in from Alex Ravell's ball across the box to complete an emphatic win for the promotion hopefuls.
Evans said: "It was a great night for us. Goals change games and that's what made it.
"There was not much in it in the first 15 minutes but once we identified their system, and then put two people wide to stretch them and leave one against one on Michael Duberry, I felt we got on top.
"We got a bit of fortune with the deflected first goal but there was no fortune about the other three goals we ripped them open three times.
"We're a very attacking side, we've got some very positive players. But it was also a really solid and industrious win.
"In the second half it was about keeping our shape and our discipline. The spine of the team was particularly strong. It's just three more points on the road to where we want to get to.
"We could have won 4-3 and it wouldn't have mattered, it would have been the same three points. I think our players can get better too."