Millwall’s 2-0 win over West Brom will act as a springboard in their fight for survival says Neil Harris.

A Ryan Tunnicliffe strike and an Ahmed Hegazi own goal kept the Lions above the relegation zone and Harris hopes the momentum from the win can continue into their next fixture against rivals QPR.

The Hoops visit The Den on Wednesday and Harris knows a victory would drag them into the relegation scrap with them only four points ahead on 44 points having played a game more.

“When you play well in a nice atmosphere against a great side like West Brom, you want to follow it up again with another one, and it doesn’t get bigger than a London derby,” he said.

“All my players need to do is repeat that level of performance from the last four games, get a bit of luck, and get the fans off their bums like we did that today.

“The combination between the terraces and pitch was outstanding (today) and that’s what we need until the end of the season.”

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QPR compounded a miserable seven days where they sacked their manager with a 4-0 away drubbing at league leaders Norwich.

Having managed just one win in 15 league games Rangers have slipped from play-off hopefuls to relegation contenders and on Wednesday it could get worse.

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