KENNY Jackett was infuriated by referee Michael Jones' decision to deny Millwall what he described as a "clear penalty" in his side's 1-0 defeat to Leeds United.
Whites right-back Sam Byram appeared to handle Alan Dunne's header deep into the second-half at Elland Road, but the Premier League official waived away the Lions claims.
Jones had already awarded Leeds two spot-kicks – the first, taken by Ross McCormack, was saved by David Forde, but Stephen Warnock made no mistake in the 72nd minute.
Jackett said: "I've seen a replay, from a very good angle, and it is a clear handball and a clear penalty. The player's arm is by the side of him and it is a penalty, pure and simple.
"There was a Millwall player waiting just behind him to put the ball in the net from Dunne's header. We should have had a penalty last week when Benik Afobe was fouled against Middlesbrough.
"That did not end up mattering in terms of the result but this decision was a big one. I did not have any complaints with either of Leeds' two penalties but the ref should have given one to us as well.
"It is frustrating. We negated a lot of what Leeds had to offer and had big chances ourselves. Being critical, there were times where we really needed to score to get that first goal.
"The real thing we need to sort out is our home form and we have an opportunity to do that when we play Wolves on Tuesday. Whatever you get away is quite often a bonus."