Matty Cash said scoring his first goal for the club was an amazing feeling and he wants Nottingham Forest to build on their win against QPR.
The Reds ran riot in West London, hitting Rangers for five and Cash was delighted to open his account for the club.
Speaking after the game, he said: “It is one of the best feelings I have had. I have been waiting for it and working hard for it. The gaffer said to me in training the other day that I just need to keep working on my finishing, hitting the target and focusing on how many goals I can get.
“It was a big relief when it went in and the hard work has paid off so I am buzzing.
“A goal is a goal; I am just happy that it went into the back of the net. The main thing was the win, which was fantastic and well-deserved.”
Despite the brilliant performance, Cash knows that The Reds need to keep on improving and keep their feet on the ground as they strive to climb the league table.
He said: “We scored five goals so we are really happy with that. We maybe could have had a few more but we will have a look on them and see where we can work on.
“At Burton we had ten men and we dug in really deep. It is about confidence and finding the consistency of getting the results. We can’t get too down when we lose and we can’t get too high when we win. It is finding that level of consistency, it is going to come. We won today so we can go into the next game with lots of confidence.”