Clint Hill hopes QPR can finish off the job after Friday night's stalemate at the DW Stadium.
Rangers' play-off semi-final against Wigan remains on a knife-edge following a goalless draw with all to play for in Monday's second leg.
And Hill has urged his troops to make home advantage count at Loftus Road.
He said: "Hopefully [we can finish the job]. The onus is on us. They will come and make it difficult for us but we've got as good a chance as anybody else.
"It's a positive result. We wanted something to take back to Loftus Road because we knew it was going to be tough here.
"The past two games against them were very tough and any team could've won, but thankfully we got a positive result and it all goes to Monday."
Hill was lucky to escape unpunished after clattering Wigan's Rob Kiernan in the box. And the QPR captain held his hands up for his misdemeanour.
"I apologised to him because I did touch him. It was a bit reckless on my part," Hill added.