Lee Barnard notched twice and Mark Yeates once as we dominated that first period to all-but clinch the points at 3-0 up at the interval.
Chances followed in the second half but a young Wimbledon side, full of spirit, dug deep to make sure it stayed at 3-0.
"It was very good," said Chris. "You go from game to game and in our last game (3-3 draw against Watford) we finished very well in the second half after a poor first half.
"We were looking for an improvement and we got it especially in the first half when I thought we played very, very well.
"I thought we kept the ball far better. The biggest problem last week against Watford was we gave away possession. This time we mixed up our game between playing through midfield and longer range and had two very willing runners up front.
"This was a young Wimbledon side and a game I would expect us to win but it's the fashion in which you win - either make hard work of it as we have done on previous occasions or win the game as comfortably as we did."
Chris Hughton found few faults as our reserve team overran Wimbledon in a fine first half display in last night's 3-0 win.