IAN Holloway believes play-off bound QPR will be fully motivated for Saturday's London derby at Loftus Road.
The Hoops guaranteed a top-six finish with a 2-1 win over Watford last weekend so could rest players with their crunch end-of-season fixtures in mind.
But Holloway says the Lions should not expect any let up from Harry Redknapp's side.
"I doubt very much that their mentality will change because their players will be trying to prove to Harry that they deserve to be in his team for the play-offs," he said.
Holloway returns to his former employers tomorrow having spent a total of ten years of his career, as both a player and a manager, in west London.
"I've got quite a few clubs to go back to, don't I?" he added.
"It's more about Millwall for me now. We have got a decent run going but we're running out games and we're not in a good area.
"We had ups and downs at QPR and that sums up football – I want to have some good times as Millwall but that doesn't come without any downs.
"Hopefully the start of my time here has been the downs and now we can climb out of it, keep building and feel excited about the future.
"I'm sure I'll have time to say hello to few people – maybe some won't want to say hello, but who cares?"