Nottingham Forest defender Joe Worrall is hoping to keep the positive feeling going at The City Ground for the Kids for a Quid game against Cardiff City.
The Reds have won four in a row at The City Ground and Worrall is looking forward to getting back out on the pitch tomorrow.
He said: "We have done well in the last few home games, it is four on the bounce now. I remember a few seasons ago that we had a similar run and that is how it should be.
"We have confidence here; it has that special buzz about it especially when there is a bumper crowd in.
"It is Kids for a Quid so we will see a lot of younger faces down there, some may be coming to a game for the first time so it will be nice to get a big crowd on Sunday so we are looking forward to it."
It is also three consecutive home clean sheets for Forest and Worrall believes that hard work on the training ground, as well as a consistent defence, has helped that run.
"We have been training hard and it is just about repetition," he said. "I have been playing alongside Mance for a few games and Eric has come back in and doing well and we have Jordan behind us who has been doing well. It is about getting used to playing with each other and that repetition.
"Mance is a top player, he has a lot of experience but still has plenty of years left in him. He has been teaching me a lot as well. Millsy is the same, he has lots of experience and if I am playing alongside either of them it is good and shows we have plenty of strength in depth.
"I am enjoying playing at the minute but I am making sure I don't get too high when things are going or too low when things don't go well."