Nottingham Forest temporary manager Gary Brazil praised the togetherness of the club following this evening’s victory over Leeds United.The Reds produced a resolute display after stunning their hosts with two early goals, boosting their own playoff hopes in the process.
Speaking after the match, Brazil said: “We want the players to work hard for each other, and I think that’s been evident in our last two games. That comes as a result of a joint effort from a group of staff who are incredibly together and a set of players who have bought into what we’re trying to do.
“I like the energy and quality of play we’re showing. We’re not an easy team to face at the moment. I thought our first was an excellent football goal which was well put away by Matt Derbyshire. Leeds put us under a bit of pressure in the second half but I never really felt we would concede.
“They had a lot of possession but we were well-organised and the back four were men again. Jamaal Lascelles and Danny Collins, especially, won so many headers.
“We’ve got a nice changing room in there. There’s some real positivity and its mine and the staff’s job to nurture that and take it down to Bournemouth on Saturday.”