Nottingham Forest manager Dougie Freedman says his side’s attitude must be right if they are to beat Charlton tomorrow.
The Reds head south for the second time in four days – this time to London – to face a Charlton side who brushed Huddersfield aside at The Valley on Saturday.
And Freedman, who revealed he has no fresh injury concerns, hopes his men take what they learned in their 3-0 win over Reading
into their latest challenge.
The manager told Forest Player: “If we can approach the game in the same way as we did in the second half against Reading it’s a winnable game for us.
“It’s going to be tough but I look at our team right now, with the confidence we’re playing with and the fantastic travelling support, and if we choose the right attitude I can see us winning. I feel we can take the game to them.
“The team’s got a good structure about it, a good organisation, and that’s given them the confidence to express themselves going forward.”
Freedman said: “It worked for all parties. I think Robert was feeling a bit frustrated – at his age he wanted to play.
“Birmingham have paid his full wages and I think having a responsibility to the board is always nice.
“It’s not long-term. Hopefully he’ll come back to us and fight for his place.”
Click here to watch the full interview on Forest Player.