Nottingham Forest midfielder Matty Cash is relishing the busy festive period as he targets more points when Wolves visit The City Ground tomorrow.
Cash has started the last three games after a lengthy injury absence, featuring at full-back and also in central midfield, and is keen to keep that run going.
He said: “It was good to get 90 minutes under my belt after my injury and we are all recovering well. I am feeling good after my injury and want to keep on playing. Being young helps that recovery, but I just want to play every week. I am happy to play in any position; as long as I'm playing I am happy.
“I've played at full-back before when I was in the academy at Wycombe Wanderers and I'm happy to play wherever the manager picks me to. It's great to be involved with the first-team and to be out on the pitch.
“Christmas is a busy period and we don't get a break but we don't mind that as we enjoy playing the games.”
The 19-year-old is hoping to use home advantage tomorrow for the visit of Wolves and he also feels that a goal is just around the corner having come close against Derby and Preston.
He said: “Wolves are a good side, but so are we and we are looking forward to tomorrow's game. We are a good side at home and the fans can give us a lift. It's always nice playing at home and hopefully we can carry it on.
“Hopefully a goal is coming for me; at least I am hitting the target! I see these games as a chance to establish myself in the team. Obviously it is unfortunate that Henri [Lansbury] and Chris [Cohen] are injured, but it is a chance to play regularly.
“Ben Osborn gives me lots of advice and I look to him as he is a great professional. It's great to see the young lads coming through like Joe [Worrall] and all the younger lot.”