IAN Holloway will not allow his Loftus Road return to become a distraction.
The Lions boss admits he will have to be as focused as his players when he takes them to his old stomping ground on Saturday.
Holloway has also urged his side to block out thoughts of relegation – and concentrate solely on finishing the season unbeaten.
Millwall could be safe by 5pm on Saturday if they beat QPR and Blackpool lose at Wigan.
But Holloway said: "What I'm trying to do is focus on what we need to do to get a result.
"It is really important that everyone focuses on that – it is no good worrying about all of the permutations.
"Whoever we're playing against is a bit of a distraction, so I won't allow going back to QPR to distract me that much.
"I spent ten years there – five as a player and five as a manager – and they were good times.
"I've got to focus just as much as the lads on what's really important – our structure and tactics. Chelsea did that in the Champions League, they had a job to do and did it.
"We've got to give very little away and try and score if we can. That's all we didn't do against Doncaster on Monday – everything else was fantastic.
"The stats were quite embarrassing because they didn't even have a shot, whereas we had 20 and 68 percent possession.
"But only five of our shots were on target so as a coach I know what I have got to do – a bit more shooting practice.
"What we need to do now is no different to the last few games – and that's the difficult bit. The difficult bit is to concentrate and keep going.
"In the last eight minutes against Doncaster, I saw a bit of disappointment in the lads' body language for the first time in six games.
"They were worrying about the fact they hadn't scored, so I went crazy in the dressing room because I don't want to see that.
"Above all, we cannot be obsessed by the outcome of a game and I think we were against Doncaster.
"We've got to re-focus on what our job is, what our tactics are and what have we got to do against QPR.
"By the time we've managed to concentrate on that, and done our jobs, then let's see where we are.
"I'm confident that we can go into these last two games with that mindset, rather than 'oh my God, we need to win' or 'oh my God, we might get relegated.'
"If the season had just started, and this is what I keep saying to the lads, where would we be in the league table?
"If we can turn our results around and be one of the form sides in the division, then why can't we continue it?
"But that is just talk. I could talk for England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, but it is about actions now and I am confident in my lads' actions.
"That is why I am so upbeat and why I can't wait for the next game – and I think the lads are feeling that as well."