Jack Robinson said that Nottingham Forest must learn from the mistakes they make in games to start picking up victories.
The Reds gave leads away against Blackburn Rovers and Millwall in the last week and Robinson knows that Forest need to be better at managing games to secure all three points.
He said: “It is frustrating and the problem we have is not seeing games out. We are taking our chances but it is coming to the final third of the game and we are not killing teams off.
“We just need to look back at the videos, see where we went wrong and learn from it to take it into the next game.
“This league is so up and down; you just need a good run of form, put a few wins together and you can fly up the table. It is about being consistent and getting the results you need.”
The Reds travel to Middlesbrough tomorrow, with Robinson expecting a tough afternoon at the Riverside Stadium but he is confident they can come away with a result.
“Tony Pulis’s sides are solid; the back four will be tough and mean,” he said. “They play attacking football and it will be a tough game but if we can match them, I don’t see why we can’t beat them.
“The manager was there and played attacking football, more than Tony Pulis, but going to the Riverside Stadium is tough every year. They will be solid, they have the fans behind them and they have the ambition to go back to the Premier League.
“It will be a tough game but we have to prove ourselves and show people what we can do again and hopefully we can get the result.”