Jason Cummings feels it is good to build a winning mentality as Nottingham Forest travel to Brentford tomorrow.
The Reds have won their opening two games of the season against Millwall and Shrewsbury but Cummings knows it will be a tough challenge against Dean Smith’s side.
He said: “I haven’t been beaten in a Forest shirt yet, even in pre-season. It is good as it gives that winning mentality. We haven’t been at our best but we are still winning games which is a positive sign for the future.
“All the boys are confident and positive. We started the season well with a couple of wins and we have that winning mentality.
“It is going to be a hard game, especially away; it will be a tough challenge. I have heard a bit about Brentford and the boys are expecting a tough game so we will prepare as well as we can.”
The Scottish forward signed from Hibernian in the summer and has settled in well, netting his first goal on his debut in the Carabao Cup win against Shrewsbury on Tuesday night.
“I’ve settled in really nicely,” he said. “The boys have been great with me, I’ve got my own place down here and the city centre is great so I am enjoying it.
“As a striker you always want to get off the mark. If you go a couple of games without scoring, then it plays on your mind but to get it on my first start was great. The keeper maybe could have saved it but I’ll take it.
“I want to score in every game and I go into it thinking I will score. I am confident and hopefully there will be many more.”