SCOTT McDonald says Millwall will quickly get over the frustration of Monday's 0-0 draw with Doncaster and focus on beating QPR this weekend.
The Lions battered ten-man Rovers at The Den but were forced to settle for a solitary point.
That result kept Ian Holloway's side out of the relegation zone but leaves them with work to do in their final two games of the season if they are to stay in the Championship.
Millwall will be safe if they win at Loftus Road on Saturday and Blackpool lose to Wigan.
McDonald said: "We carry on and try to win our last two games. We will pick ourselves up and go again.
"We'll look forward to QPR because we have been enjoying our away games – the surface more than anything has been key to that, and I'm sure QPR's ground is going to be nice.
"It will be a great occasion, we will have great support behind us and it's a London derby, so it's all to play for."
McDonald refused to attribute the Doncaster stalemate to the dry pitch at The Den – or the fact Millwall played two games in three days over Easter.
"We cannot use the pitch as an excuse – it's the same for both teams anyway," he said. "It's one of those things.
"We are not here to give excuses. We knew the situation and prepared as best we could. Sometimes when you play against ten men it is much harder to break them down.
"If you get a goal then it changes the the whole complexion of the game – it opens up a little more and you probably end up getting a second goal, but we couldn't get one.
"Full credit to Doncaster because, with ten men, they were looking for a draw and got it.
"We are all frustrated. Everyone expects you to win when you are playing against ten men for two-thirds of the game.
"It's probably a hoodoo. It's a lot harder to break ten men down when they just bank in and make it difficult for you.
"They'll be happy with a point, whereas we're disappointed because we wanted all three.
"We probably would have taken four points from our last two games, but the situation being as it was we definitely wanted to win on Monday.
"In front of your own fans, there's an expectation after they have a man sent off.
"I thought we were playing some good stuff before the red card and were looking quite dangerous, but then they dropped very deep and the fans started to get frustrated.
"It was not until the last 15 minutes that we went a bit more direct but we just couldn't get anyone on the end of a ball into the box.
"It broke to us a couple of times but it was bouncing everywhere and we couldn't put it in the back of the net.
"Their 'keeper pulled off a couple of good saves and Steve Morison headed one over. We had a lot of chances and half-chances and I think thats where the frustration comes from.
"The manager is frustrated about a few things that we didn't do to open opportunities up to actually win the game and take us further away from the teams below us."