Nottingham Forest striker Lewis Grabban is keen to get off the mark for The Reds as they travel to Wigan tomorrow.
The summer signing is awaiting his first goal for the club, but says that he doesn’t mind as long as Forest continue their unbeaten start to the season.
He said: “It is still early doors; getting a goal would be nice but the main thing is we are unbeaten still and we are in a positive position in the league.
“The goals will come, I have no doubt about that, but for everyone it is about getting used to each other and growing as a team and the individual performances will come along with that.
“I don’t have a target, I just want as many as possible. You try and judge each game as it comes; every one is different so you see what chances you had where you could have scored or done better and that is how I look at it.”
The Reds travel to newly-promoted Wigan this weekend and Grabban is expecting a tough afternoon at the DW Stadium.
“It will be tough,” he said. “From what I have seen they look physical and they will compete. They gave a tough game against Villa the other day so I am expecting a hard game, maybe our toughest so far.
“We have got to go into it with the right attitude and to get the win.”