Albert Adomah is looking forward to a tough challenge when Nottingham Forest come up against his former side Bristol City on Saturday.
The Reds sit level on points with The Robins heading into the clash at Ashton Gate and Adomah is determined to get the win.
He said: “Bristol City will be a tough challenge as they are doing well. We are on the same points so we have to be careful; there are no easy games in the Championship.
“We are in the top five at the moment and we can do well. Our home and away performances have been great so I am sure if we do what we do best, we can beat them.
“Bristol City are always up there and they have a youthful team. Hopefully we can turn up and show them the challenges.
“I had a great three seasons there and I was appreciated by the supporters, the downside was obviously getting relegated with them but it is a tremendous club.
“Every time I have played against them I have had a good reception, it is a team that took to me and when I have played against them we have won or drawn so hopefully we can get the win.”
Following the last international break of the year, Forest head into a busy run of fixtures over the next few months, a period of the season that Adomah is relishing.
He said: “As players, you know November and December is when there are lots of games. I think there is 10 games in less than five weeks and you look forward to the challenge as you want to play lots of games.
“This is when you can make a big difference; if you get more points in these months then you will be up there. For us, we are in the top five now so we just want to maintain that and get as many points as we can.
“We are in a good position at the moment but we are not taking anything for granted. We will take each game as it comes and the more points that we can get, the better and hopefully we can stay up there too.”