Neil Harris fumed at his player's lack of quality in front of goal as his side were defeated 2-1 at home by rivals QPR. 

Bartosz Bialkowski's mistake handed Nahki Wells his second of the game to wrap up all three points, but the Millwall chief directed his disappointment towards his attacking players instead of his goalkeeper. 

"I think first half we were the better team for twenty-five minutes," Harris said.

 "Then QPR were the better team for the next twenty-five minutes then we were getting our noses going again, getting our noses in front and got back on level terms. 

"I thought we deserved a point out of the game, I thought the game was feisty and scrappy and fast at times. It lacked a little bit of quality from both teams but when 3-5-2 plays against a 3-5-2 it is going to be like that because there are a lot of man for man battles. 

"I can't fault my players for a lack of effort, but I can fault them for giving the ball away cheaply, kicking the ball off the pitch. I am more disappointed with them for that than Bart for giving the goal away like he did.

Harris changed Millwall's formation to a 3-5-2 for the fixture and argued despite the defeat his set up limited QPR. 

"It was to match them. To get Shaun Hutchinson back in the team. It enabled us to get a little bit of pressure on them in key areas but it worked fine the shape. It limited them to very few chances.

"Let's be honest with the difference between the two teams. We give the ball away for the second goal, Nakhi Wells scores a great finish for the first goal. We score a goal from a set-play, but in open play, we create four or five opportunities but don't have the quality to score. 

"There you go - that is it in a nutshell." 

"Maybe I have to look at myself for a little bit more consistency. I have never been a manager that tinkers with a team but I decided to because I thought the players deserved the opportunity but if the players are not going to perform then they deserve that opportunity to play."