ALAN Dunne revealed his frustration at a string of key refereeing decisions that have gone against Millwall in recent weeks after the Lions' 1-0 defeat to Leeds United.
Stephen Warnock scored the Whites' winner from the penalty spot after Dunne brought down Ross McCormack, who had previously been denied by David Forde from 12 yards in the first-half.
And while the right-back had few complaints about the decision that went against him, Dunne was adamant that defender Sam Byram deliberately handled his header in the area just minutes later.
He told NewsAtDen: "McCormack came from the blind side so, as I went to clear the ball, he nipped in front of me and, playing at Elland Road, there was always half-a-chance it was going to be given.
"But down at the other end we had a penalty turned down that was blatant as anything I have ever seen in my whole career. Mark Beevers was going to tap it in.
"We don't get the big decisions. At Middlesbrough last week, even though we won, Benik Afobe was knocked down and that was just as blatant. I don't know what it is with us.
"It is frustrating – it happens away from home and it happens at The Den. We had chances to score and obviously it was disappointing that we lost, but we showed a lot of grit and determination."
Millwall were also aggrieved that Warnock's high tackle on winger James Henry, which boss Kenny Jackett believed could have resulted in a serious injury, went unpunished.
Dunne said: "It did not look good. It could have been a leg-breaker and the boy should have been sent off. I am sure if that was me I would have been given a red card, without a shadow of a doubt."
The Lions are back in Championship action on Tuesday night when they welcome struggling Wolves to South London and Dunne says it is crucial they get their home form back on track.
"Wolves are not having a great season and they have had a rough time of it lately," he said. "But we haven't been great at The Den so it's a big game for us and we have to bounce back."