STEVE Morison believes Millwall fans will want to "get one over" on former Lions boss Ian Holloway.
Millwall head to Loftus Road to take on QPR on Tuesday night.
Holloway was boss of Millwall between January 2014 and March 2015 before he was sacked and Neil Harris took over.
QPR have started the season well and are eighth in the Championship after six games.
"It'll be a great one, a good atmosphere, a London derby. It's a tight little pitch, a tight ground. It'll be a good evening," Morison said.
"It's going to create an atmosphere for the fans, because obviously they'll want to get one over on him.
"But it's not about the manager, it's about us getting three points and keeping ourselves in a good position in the table. We'll focus on our job and what we've got to do to win the game."
Millwall have five points from six games despite some excellent displays.
Harris' side will want to put Saturday's 1-0 defeat to Wolves on Saturday behind them and claim a result at the home of their London rivals.
Morison said: "We haven't got as many points as we would want, and that our performances have warranted, but this league is a tough league.
"We had one very good win, we've had some good performances We weren't so good at the weekend against Wolves but we've got another big game [Tuesday].
"We've got a chance to put it right quickly and put some more points on the board.
"We're on a learning curve, but we've adapted quickly and we added to our squad.
"You can even see in training it's up a notch and is a lot better. We've been playing the exact same way as we have before, we've just got better players in those areas when we do get the ball up the pitch.
"We need to keep the ball a bit better when we're in the final third. We didn't put it all together on Saturday but we've got a chance to do it right on Tuesday night."
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