Nottingham Forest manager Aitor Karanka is looking for his side to develop some consistency as they head to Swansea this weekend.
The Reds have been unable to string results together this season and Karanka is keen for his side to build some momentum as they look to climb the table.
He said: "We need the consistency, 100 per cent, because in the Championship if you don't have that consistency then you will have problems.
"Even when we are scoring goals or if we are showing we are trying to score goals and coming back in the last minutes, we need to be consistent.
"It is impossible to achieve something when you concede one or two goals in every game. We need to try to be consistent because when we are consistent, with the quality that we have we will score a lot of goals and win a lot of games."
Karanka expects a tough contest when The Reds visit The Liberty Stadium on Saturday and he wants his players to take their work from the training ground onto the pitch in South Wales.
"It will be a tough game," he said. "Swansea are playing really well and they have a manager who knows European football and did really well last season. They have good players who were in the Premier League last season.
"Once again it is about us and we need to put the work on the pitch that we have been putting in at the training ground.
"I said to them that it is a shame that the work they have been putting in has not been reflected in the games. The training sessions are amazing with the quality and intensity and we need to put that onto the pitch."