Nottingham Forest manager Dougie Freedman was delighted with his side’s ‘all-round’ performance against Bolton Wanderers this afternoon.
Goals from Henri Lansbury, Michail Antonio and a Chris Burke double handed the hosts a 4-1 win
Freedman was especially pleased with the way his side pressed on after Bolton made it 2-1 with an Adam Le Fondre penalty in first-half stoppage time.
He said: “I am happy because we won the three points with a fantastic performance. We attacked with great numbers in the first 30 minutes and scored two wonderful goals.
“We had a little setback but we came out and looked strong for the first 15 minutes of the second half. There were no nerves about us, we passed it well, we attacked when had to. It was all-round very good result for us.”
The win was Freedman’s third from his opening four matches in charge at The City Ground.
And he says he is thoroughly enjoying working with his new squad.
“It’s a fantastic group of players, it really is. Going into work on Monday morning is just a joy.
“To see players turning up with a smile on their faces, wanting to get better, wanting to understand the game more is really pleasing for me.”
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