Queens Park Rangers manager Ian Holloway said it was all about the first goal after his team were the latest to come unstuck at the Den.

Skipper Steve Morison scored the only goal of the game ten minutes into the second-half extend Millwall’s unbeaten home run to four games and move them to three points above Rangers and up to 15th.

Holloway told News Shopper: “Stevie Morison will be delighted, but I don’t feel the same as you could have probably guessed. 

“We couldn’t dent them or the crowd. It was all about that first goal. They got it, we didn’t. Neil has gone them going well.

"They are brilliant at home at the minute, so well done.”

The former Lions boss was greeted with a series of abuse and songs throughout the 90 minutes on his return to the club he was sacked from in 2015.

When asked about the abuse, he added: “I am doing my job, as I have always done it and that’s it, really. That is what you’re paid to do.

"You pay your money, you take your choice, don’t you?"