Nottingham Forest forward Zach Clough expects a good game against Huddersfield Town on Saturday but admits The Reds must come out on the right side of the result.
The 22-year-old has scored four times since joining from Bolton Wanderers, including the opener in the East Midlands derby three weeks ago, and Clough has been pleased with his start on Trentside.
He said: "The first couple of days at Forest I found it difficult as I was meeting all of the lads and that is not something that I have had to do before. It felt like I was going to a new school but after a week or two I got settled in and the lads are great with me.
"It was obviously a tough decision to make to leave Bolton which is a fantastic club but the opportunity to join a club with the history and size of Nottingham Forest was one that I couldn’t turn down.
"It is going to be a tough game. Huddersfield have been doing well this season and have been able to get the right results; they are at the top end of the league for a reason. They like to play football and it will be a footballing game and the better team will win at the end of the day, hopefully that is us."
Read the full interview with Clough as well as the thoughts of Mark Warburton, Fawaz Al Hasawi, Jordan Smith and Daniel Taylor in Saturday’s edition of Forest Review for the clash against Huddersfield Town.
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