KENNY Jackett was left frustrated after watching Millwall let a winnable game against Sheffield Wednesday "slip through their fingers" at The Den.
Chris Maguire scored a stoppage-time winner in South London to snatch a dramatic victory for the Owls, who had been on the back foot for long spells in the second-half.
But Jackett felt his side only had themselves to blame for failing to capitalise on what he described as a dominant performance after Jimmy Abdou's opening goal.
Miguel Llera equalised five minutes before half-time but goalkeeper Chris Kirkland kept the visitors in the contest, making vital saves from Jermaine Easter and Sean St Ledger.
Jackett said: "Sheffield Wednesday are a big side and good at set-pieces and we've conceded twice from set-pieces. It looked like David Forde missed the flight of the ball for the first one.
"The second one we conceded from a corner when perhaps we were sleeping at the near post. The runner came out and lost his man – he shouldn't have got across us but it was a smart finish.
"For large parts of the game we were in control. Abdou and Sean St Ledger were excellent in central midfield and gave us a lot of control. We let Sheffield Wednesday off the hook.
"I know that one or two refereeing decisions went against us – certainly Jermaine Easter seemed to get across Anthony Gardener in the first-half and that could have been a red card.
"Kirkland played very well and I appreciate that but at home your forwards have to win you games and that was a winnable game for us. We got an early goal and should have strode on.
"It was a poor loss for us in terms of our home form. While we had control of possession, we didn't do enough in the opposition box and that's a frustration for us.
"Games like that have slipped through our fingers. We play Watford at home next Tuesday and we have to work again to find the formula to win at home because 52 points won't keep us up.
"We cannot let our season fall away. It is probably quite foolish to predict how many points we will need but we should be beating our total of 59 from last season. We should be going past that.
"There was a dominant performance and win there for us. I'm very frustrated because in too many games this season we've thrown points away and we did that again."