QPR manager Ian Holloway says that he can't wait for the clash at the Den after the Hoops and Millwall played out a thrilling 2-2 draw at Loftus Road.
Speaking after the game, Holloway admitted that the Lions may have deserved the win and said that their battling qualities were typical of the south London side.
He said: "You could argue, and I’m sure Neil will, that his boys deserved it because they were resilient back there and they defended with everything they’ve got.
"Did I expect anything less from a Millwall team? No, so well done to Neil. I can’t wait for the away game to be honest to take my team over there to see if we can produce that sort of a wonderful game again."
Holloway was the subject of abuse from the Millwall fans throughout, and when asked about it after the game he responded by saying: "I’m not listening.
"I kept them up once and they chose to sack me, and Neil was in charge when they went down. I like what he’s done and the players I bought are still in the team.
"They’re still in the team so i’m very proud of them, (Lee) Gregory came from non-league, and It was a great shout bringing Morrison back and Neil’s doing really well.
"They’ve got one on their own in charge, maybe that’s what they wanted in the first place.
"But don’t forget I kept them up, and don’t forget I tried my best and if that isn’t good enough I don’t really care, is that fair enough?"