Midfielder Matty Cash said that Nottingham Forest need to build on their positive performance against Leeds United.
The Reds secured a point with a goalless draw in a spirited display at Elland Road on New Year's Day, and Cash felt the whole team put a shift in.
Speaking after the game, he said: "It was fantastic to get the opportunity tonight. I have had to wait for my chance and to get it tonight at Elland Road was fantastic. I thought the boys were superb.
"We are taking every game as it comes, we got a good result here and now we go on to Arsenal and we have got to be positive.
"It is always going to be tough coming here. I thought the fans were superb today and the atmosphere here can be daunting at times."
Cash said that the game plan put in by caretaker manager Gary Brazil helped ensure The Reds came away with a point.
"We set up to press them and keep them high up the pitch," he said. "They have some talented players but we have as well but we tried to keep them up in their half, that was the game plan and it worked.
"We have got to move on and stick together as a club. We have a fantastic squad that can do harm in this league and everyone knows that. We have some experienced players who are helping us to get through it and we are all looking forward now."