Defender Joe Worrall is hoping to reward the Nottingham Forest fans’ loyalty with a win against Hull City tomorrow.
Over 4,000 supporters are set to pack out the away end at the KCOM Stadium and Worrall is keen to ensure that The Reds progress to the fifth round of the Emirates FA Cup.
He said: "It is incredible support. It is crazy for an FA Cup game and it is really nice to have that following. Our fans are brilliant and it is testament to them, they are top class.
"I know what it is like, travelling and watching Forest. It is good to have that following and we have had it for long periods of time. People are really realising that it is good to support Forest again and for them to be travelling in their thousands is testament to the commitment and loyalty of our fans.
"It is a special competition, for everybody. We went into the Arsenal game as underdogs but on Saturday it will be a level playing field as we are in the same division.
"We may be expecting to win it as we won there earlier in the season but who knows, that is what the FA Cup is. Whoever produces the performance on the day can come away with the goods."