Nottingham Forest midfielder Jonathan Greening says the club will “stick together” ahead of Tuesday’s match at home to Charlton.Greening played all 90 minutes of Forest’s 5-0 defeat at Derby’s iPro Stadium yesterday but was reluctant to dwell on a match he labelled “a bad day at the office.”
Speaking to Forest Player after the match, he said: “It was a strange game. We felt quite comfortable before all of a sudden finding ourselves 2-0 down.
“We’re all gutted for the supporters, the gaffer and his staff. But we’ve got a chance to put things right against Charlton on Tuesday. We’ve got to put Derby behind us and concentrate on getting three points.
“Hopefully we’ll have a couple of injured players back within the next two-three weeks. We’ve just all got to stick together as a unit and try to get back to winning ways.”
Forest’s supporters were in excellent voice despite yesterday’s result, a fact that wasn’t lost on Greening or his teammates.
He said: “The fans were fantastic. I’ve played for a few teams but I’ve never seen away support like that. Even when we were 5-0 down they were still behind us.
“It’s not easy when you go away to your rivals and lose like that but they were brilliant throughout the game.”
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