Nottingham Forest striker Darius Henderson has told Forest Player that The Reds will face an ‘especially difficult test’ at Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday (kick-off 5.30pm).Billy Davies’ men picked up a valuable point at Charlton in midweek and Henderson believes it is vital The Reds take something away from The AMEX Stadium this weekend.
He said: “Every game is a tough one in this league but Brighton will be especially difficult. They are a good side with a great home record and we know we’ll have to be at our best.
“If we can get a result this weekend then we know we’ll be on target in terms of points. It would also put us in a strong position in the table heading into the international break.”
The frontman has already netted three goals this season, including late winners against Blackburn and Barnsley, but Henderson insists that he is continuing to work hard in order win a more permanent place in the starting 11.
He said: “I’ve not been starting as much as I would have liked recently but I feel like I’m building momentum now. As long as I’m playing a part and helping to improve the team then I’ll be happy.
“Although I scored the goals to win those matches, it is a team game and we all work together. As long as we continue to score goals it doesn’t matter who gets them.”
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