The Watford trio took to social media after a convincing 3-1 win over Ian Holloway's men.
A Matej Vydra equaliser, Daniel Tozser free-kick and Gianni Munari strike gave Slavisa Jokanovic's men another vital victory in their promotion push.
And the Hornets boss was understandably pleased - but feels his side can play even better.
"I'm especially happy because we had a very good reaction after the Millwall goal," Jokanovic told BBC Sport after the game.
"These three points are very important for us. I believe we can improve. We can still play better. After Millwall scored the goal, step by step we started improving and we had a good reaction."
Meanwhile, on Twitter after the game, Daniel Pudil also celebrated his side's victory.
Skipper Troy Deeney tweeted, too, praising the 'great atmosphere' at Vicarage Road.
Great atmosphere today fair play to everybody for the remembrance tribute looked superb also solid 3 points great start to the week— Troy Deeney (@T_Deeney) November 1, 2014
And fellow striker Odion Ighalo also spoke on social media of taking 'one step forward' towards Watford's target for the season.
Next up for the Hornets are Birmingham City at St Andrews on Tuesday night.
Great win guys,one step forward to our target for the season,looking forward to Tuesday.— Odion Jude Ighalo (@ighalojude) November 1, 2014