Nottingham Forest midfielder Matty Cash is looking to put right some wrongs from Tuesday night when The Reds travel to take on Burton Albion.
Forest put in a disappointing performance in the defeat against Brentford and Cash hopes the team can improve on their consistency to start picking up more results, starting at the Pirelli Stadium on Saturday.
He said: “It was disappointing to take on Tuesday night. We scored twice but it was too late. We looked back at the game and we go into Saturday looking to correct those mistakes.
“The consistency needs to come. When we win we can’t get too high and after Saturday against Brighton we were in on the Sunday working on our recovery for Tuesday night. We won’t get low after Tuesday; that is gone and we focus on Burton and how we are going to play there.
“We go into the Burton game in good spirits and hopefully we can pick up some points. It is a big game and we have trained well. We will regroup and we will be strong on Saturday.
“Every game is massive from now on. They won’t make it easy for us and we won’t make it easy for them so hopefully we can go out there and get the three points.
“We are not thinking about anything below us, we want to finish in the top half and all the boys believe in that. We want to get as many wins in the games left and try and finish towards the top end.”
Cash believes that competition for places in the squad can only make him a better player and after recently signed a new deal tying him to the club until 2021, he was delighted to extend his stay at a club he loves.
He said: “There is a massive squad with some great players so there is loads of competition. That is part of the game and it makes me wake up in the morning and I can’t wait to train. I have no problems fighting for my spot and I am enjoying my football.
“I signed the contract and it means the world to me. This is my home here; I love it and I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else. I am really happy here, I have good people around me and I don’t let anything else distract me.
“We, as a club, are finding stability at the moment and the dream is to get this club in the Premier League. That is what I want and I would love to play for this club in the Premier League with The City Ground sold out every week.”