Tyler Walker says Nottingham Forest need to assert their own game on Ipswich Town at Portman Road tomorrow.
The Reds found life difficult against Cardiff City last weekend and Walker says lessons need to be learned from that defeat when they travel to East Anglia.
He said: "We are going to have to find a way to impose our style of play onto them, make sure we get the ball down and go at them instead of sitting back. That is the game that they want to play so we need to make sure the tempo is high and raise the intensity.
"It is a long season and the most consistent teams are the ones that do the best so it is all about finding that. Yes, we can play well against QPR but we need to find that consistency to take it forward and we are looking to do that between now and the end of the season.
"We are an attacking side. We are not going to go out to get the draw; we want to win and score goals. Sometimes that might come at a cost but we want to excite the fans, play good football and make sure that we score lots of goals.
"Every game we want to win. With the game on Saturday we are going to try and get the three points to prove that we are good enough away from home."