Nottingham Forest midfielder David Vaughan is pleased that another match is on the horizon following Saturday’s disappointment against Brentford.
The Reds travel to Reading on Tuesday night (kick-off 8pm) and the Welshman is looking forward to hopefully righting some recent wrongs.
Vaughan told Forest Player HD: “It doesn’t give us too long to dwell on Saturday’s game.
“We want to put things right. We’ve got a point to prove to ourselves, and to the fans and manager, that we can do a lot better. Hopefully we can do that on Tuesday.
“Confidence doesn’t seem too bad. Everybody’s disappointed with the way we played on Saturday but I think people are determined to put things right on Tuesday.”
Vaughan joined up with the Wales squad during the recent international break as preparations continued for this summer’s Euro 2016 tournament.
The current Welsh squad have made history by reaching the finals, with Vaughan playing a key role, but the 33-year-old says his inclusion is far from secured.
He said: “There are no guarantees – it’s a competitive squad that we’ve got now, especially in midfield, so it’s important I play well for Forest between now and the end of the season.
“It was good to get back in the squad and see everyone after a few months away. Everyone is looking forward to going away to the Euros and hopefully doing well.”