Michael Duff praised his players after their 3-1 win over MK Dons and said it was probably their best Oakwell performance under him.

Jordan Williams, Adam Phillips and Herbie Kane scored for the Reds who have now won their last three league games and are in the play-off places.

Duff said: “It’s probably as good as we’ve been at home. We looked a threat. I was disappointed we weren’t winning comfortably at half-time.

“We had to deal with the disappointment of conceding from their only shot on goal in the first half (to make it 1-1).

“We mixed it up, played good football and got in behind them.

“The supporters saw a good performance from all the players. There was lots of clapping which is good.”

Phillips made it three goals in as many games while his fellow midfielder Kane got his first for the club.

“I thought Adam had jumped up early because he jumped so high. But he said he could have hung up there another couple of minutes. Herbie was good and took his goal well. But there were lots of good performances.”

Duff said striker Slobodan Tedic will be out for eight to 12 weeks with an ankle injury.

“It’s a disappointment because he’s just got himself in the team.”

Fabio Jalo came on the day after his 17th birthday for the final ten minutes and could have won a penalty.

“We want to build his minutes, give him ten not a couple.

“He’s a goal threat. It’s not a token gesture. He had three or four shots in about ten minutes.

“Zak Jules is an established player, he won’t have known anything about Fabio but he will now because it should have been a penalty, and he twisted him and got him booked.”