Nottingham Forest striker Leo Bonatini said the squad believe that they can go out and get the win against Brentford tomorrow.
The Brazilian forward made his Reds debut against Birmingham last weekend and, ahead of his home bow at The City Ground, he knows how important the Forest fans can be in getting the result.
He said: "It is good when you go to the pitch and you look at our side in the red shirts and we believe in ourselves, knowing that we have players to help us and do everything. From the first few minutes I could feel this and all of the boys are able to do everything to achieve our goals.
"It is always good to have the fans by our side, especially when we travel to play away but playing at home is another feeling. It is our home so we need to take advantage of this factor and I am sure the fans will be there and hopefully we can do it for them.
"It will be tough but we will be ready. We know how to manage the game and the manager knows how to defend against them and how to attack them. We have been working hard on this and to also make sure that the new players fit in. We have a good team with good players so we are in the right way."
Leo was speaking with Forest Review and you can pick up this weekend's edition of the matchday programme for just £3 from around the ground tomorrow to read the full interview.
The programme, designed and produced by Ignition Sports Media, also includes a feature interview with Joe Lolley fresh from signing his new contract, while Ryan Yates tackles some quickfire questions.
Manager Martin O'Neill pens his column, Ben Watson provides the latest from the dressing room and there are also the regular, insightful columns by Danny Taylor, David Marples and Matt Appleby.
Art of Football have produced the front cover which is their take on Matty Cash's strike against Wigan, with 10-year-old Tilly Bridge designing the Junior Reds cover, so don't forget to get your copy of this 84-page edition.