Eric Lichaj was delighted with the way Nottingham Forest restricted Wolves in front of goal at Molineux yesterday.
The Reds kept an impressive clean sheet in a convincing win
, Lichaj himself drawing praise from manager Stuart Pearce for his performance.
And the USA international was very satisfied with the team’s defensive display.
Speaking after the match, he said: “I think Wolves had two clear-cut chances which we blocked in the second half. We’ll take that every single game.
“It was a good performance all the way from Darlow to Fryatt and Assombalonga.
“It got easier and easier as the second half went on.
“Now things are maybe starting to click. It’s better to have a bad run at the start of the season than at the end, so hopefully we’ll keep this going.”
Lichaj, like others, has found himself in and out of the team of late, but accepts rotation is par for the course.
He said: “You just have to do well when you get into the team and hopefully stay in there.
“If the manager feels he needs to chop and change, that’s going to happen.
“You’ve just got to play your heart out, and that’s what I do.”
Click here to watch the full interview on Forest Player.