Ian Holloway has praised Millwall's strike duo of Lee Gregory and Steve Morison after they proved the be the difference in QPR's 1-0 defeat at The Den.

The duo have forged a long-term partnership having lined up together for the last two and half years, and Holloway says that their 'cohesion' was the difference between the teams.

He said: "You’ve got to score, and when you’re in crossing positions you’ve got to give your forwards a chance to score. We’ve got to look at that.

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"Every Championship game is massive. I believe there was a cohesion between their forwards, because they’ve been working well together for the last few years; albeit they went down and came back up again. Gregory and Morison are a handful, and you’ve got to build an understanding.

"At the moment our forwards aren’t quite getting that. Bright Osayi-Samuel looked a threat when we turned them, they weren’t expecting that with his pace but what we need to do is take the steam out of it and score the first goal."