NAT Phillips believes there was a "very professional feel" about Cherries' performance as they ended their season with a 1-0 victory over Millwall at Vitality Stadium.

Cherries have been in party mode since securing promotion back to the Premier League on Tuesday night, given two days off by boss Scott Parker before returning to training yesterday.

Parker made just three changes to his starting line-up from that victory over Nottingham Forest, and his side produced another win, thanks again to substitute Kieffer Moore.

The Lions were still in with a chance of snatching a play-off place had they beaten Cherries, but it was not to be as Parker's men secured victory to end the campaign on 88 points, just two points behind champions Fulham, and also Eddie Howe's class of 2014-15.

Reflecting on the win, Liverpool loanee Phillips told the Daily Echo: "We still had a job to do.

"We wanted to finish the season on a high, finish strong. There was various different things to play for today.

"We obviously wanted to make sure Trav (Mark Travers) got his golden glove, so a clean sheet was important and to finish with a win is always a lot nicer."

He added: "I think so. I think it was a good combination of lads enjoying having less pressure on them and I think you could see that in the performance and the way we played.

"The lads looked a lot more comfortable and it was less nervy. But at the same time there was still a very professional feel about our performance."

The clean sheet, a third in succession, meant Travers did collect the Championship's golden glove, after keeping two more clean sheets than Huddersfield Town's Lee Nicholls.