Nottingham Forest manager Dougie Freedman declared his side ‘comfortable winners’ against Fulham this afternoon.
The Reds won 3-0 courtesy of two goals from Matt Mills and a Chris O’Grady strike. And Freedman was understandably pleased with what he saw from his team.
The manager said: “It was a very professional performance in difficult conditions. I felt we showed resilience and determination to keep the ball out of the net and had good positional sense in the first 25 minutes, which led us into a good performance.
“In the end we were very easy, comfortable winners. Well-taken goals at the right time.
“I’m very happy because these latest results have been coming for a long time now. We’re converting good performances into wins.”
Forest are now unbeaten in five home matches, having won their last three.
But Freedman insists recent good form has long been a work in progress.
He said: “There’s a lot of work going into it. We can’t say we just snap our fingers and get results.
“I’m really pleased for the players that they’re getting the right results, especially at The City Ground where we’ve got these tremendous home fans who will always get behind us.”