Forest manager Sean O'Driscoll was pleased with the way in which his side went about this afternoon's 1-0 win over Peterborough.Andy Reid's stunning individual effort was enough to shrug-off Peterborough in what was an entertaining game at London Road today.
O'Driscoll said: "I'm pleased with the method of the win more than anything, but also with the attitude, commitment and support of everybody.
"We were as organised and disciplined as we were against Blackburn, but we created more chances.
"The pattern of the game was such that our centre halves could have the ball virtually unchallenged in the first half. Our concentration went and we got a little bit frustrated trying to break down a ten-man defence. Half time came at a good time for us, it allowed us to refocus.
"I'd had a go at Andy moments before the goal when his flick lost us possession in a dangerous area - but he obviously made up for it with his strike. It was one of those where you're thinking 'don't shoot', but end up saying 'oh my God, it's gone in!"