Jamie Ward admitted disappointment was the overriding emotion in Nottingham Forest's dressing room after they couldn’t hold on to the win against Burnley last night.
Matty Taylor hit a 90th-minute equaliser to cancel out Eric Lichaj’s opener
, denying the ten-man Reds all three points.
Speaking after the match, Ward said: “After being 1-0 up, the lads are all disappointed in the changing room. We feel like we could have won it, but in the end it’s not a bad point.
“We get on with it. We’ve come out with a point and that might be big come the end of the season. Hopefully we can get a few more wins at home now – that’s something we need to start doing.”
The Northern Ireland international was encouraged by the display and believes The Reds’ fortunes will turn soon.
He said: “We’ve played well at home this season, we’ve just not converted the chances we’ve created. We’ll keep working, you can see how hard we’ve worked for each other tonight, and we will carry on doing that.
“One day soon we’ll take our chances and someone will get a hammering.”