Nottingham Forest head coach Sabri Lamouchi says the team are working hard to halt their poor run of form as they prepare to take on Huddersfield on Saturday.
The Reds are winless in four games and Lamouchi acknowledges that his side are in a little blip in form but is keen for a to return to the form seen at the start of the season.
He said: “We have to show what they players did at the beginning, they have been amazing. We played good at home, we took many points away, why? The team spirit. We need to find this team spirit and keep working, be humble, work hard, focus, be determined; the Championship is a very tough league.
“Every game is different, it is a difficult, unbelievable league and each week there are different results.
“I know that December for Forest, not just for this year, is not good. I don’t know the answer but we must find the solution for this. It is not just the December month, there are many small details that we must stop, that is it.”
Forest take on a Huddersfield side who have shown an improvement in form since the appointment of Danny Cowley as manager, with Lamouchi expecting a tough contest in West Yorkshire.
“It will be a very tough game, especially after a bad week,” he said. “Of course, we need to go there with good spirit to play a tough game and try and come back with something in our pocket.
“The result is very important for the confidence and for many reasons, especially after the last game and the bad moment we are in now. This is the Championship and we need to focus on the next one.
“We haven’t played an easy game yet, they are all very tough and Leeds, the last winner at Huddersfield, found it very tough. We must be ready for each game, each opponent; Huddersfield are not better or worse than the other teams, we must find the way to play as we know.”