David Vaughan has called on his Nottingham Forest team mates to build on the recent win over Norwich and push on from now until the end of the season.
Vaughan admitted that the ten game winless run the side endured was tough, but is hopeful the last minute win over Norwich can be the catalyst The Reds need to get back to their early season form.
He said: “The Norwich game was a good one to win after the poor run we’d been on. The Wolves match will be tough but we need to try and build on last week.
“Not winning games is hard, you get in a bit of a rut, but hopefully that’s stopped it and we can build on that.
“We were a bit unlucky to lose a few games but these things happen and hopefully that’s the end of the run and we can build from now until the end of the season.”
The 32-year-old thinks the side Stuart Pearce has crafted is better than the one he played in last term, and is hopeful of winning promotion.
“We’ve definitely got a better squad and better team than last year, we should be higher up the table, and it’s down to everyone at the club to improve on our league position.
“It’s always been the goal for a club like Forest to get in the Premier League and hopefully we can do that this season.”
Speaking after playing in the Under 21s game against Derby Vaughan had praise for the youngsters coming through at the club – particularly Oliver Burke, who scored Forest’s only goal in a 4-1 defeat.
He added: “There are some good young players coming through. They’ve still got a bit to learn, but a few of them have been doing well.
“Burke took his goal well and hopefully he’ll get his opportunity.”