Nottingham Forest striker Britt Assombalonga said Rotherham United cannot be underestimated when they visit The City Ground tonight.
Assombalonga feels that The Reds have put in good performances against Bristol City and Leeds and hopes for more of the same this evening.
He said: “The defeat at Leeds was difficult to take but that is when the manager comes in and says you have got to take the positives out of it. We looked at it and we did do well. We had more possession in the first half and it is just one of those things that if we play another team, we would have won 2-0. I didn’t think 2-0 justified the game at full time but on another day we could have won.
“We have had a difficult season as well and we cannot underestimate Rotherham. We saw it at their place with the 2-2 draw and we just have to go out there, not focus on them and just focus on our game. We need to do the same that we did in the last two games and focus on how we will beat them. If we do that I think we will come out alright.”
Read the full interview with Britt in tonight’s Forest Review as he talks about the season so far, the influence of Gary Brazil, Jack Lester and Rob Page have had on the squad and his record in front of goal this season.
The programme also features the thoughts of interim manager Gary Brazil, the lowdown on tonight’s visitors and regular columnists Danny Taylor, David Marples and Richard Harrison.
The 76-page edition of Forest Review costs just £3 and is available from sellers around The City Ground before kick-off, or you can purchase the e-edition here: