Albert Adomah is keen to repay the Nottingham Forest fans for their support with a victory against Brentford on Saturday.
The Reds have been backed by tremendous numbers over the past week, with 12,500 fans travelling over 600 miles to attend away games at Arsenal, Stoke and Blackburn, and Adomah feels that having a good rapport with the fans can only help the team.
He said: “It is good to have a relationship with the supporters, if you are performing they will take to you so I guess I am doing the right thing. Just like other players, they are taking to every player at the moment and the fans have shown me great hospitality so far, they have been welcoming and that is what you want.
“The fans are positive and we are too as we have shown that we can compete with the top teams, and we are up there on merit. I am sure they are appreciating what we are doing so far.
“Everyone is feeling confident going into the home game as we are unbeaten in nine games, so everyone is positive.
“When there are positive vibes around, it is good for the supporters and good for the players. We are confident but we don’t want to be arrogant; we just have to keep the positivity going forward to the next game before the international break.”
While there is confidence in the squad, Adomah knows that The Reds must maintain their focus as they face a tough challenge against Brentford at The City Ground.
He said: “We have stayed grounded thanks to the coaching staff; the manager is always focusing on the next game and no further than that. We are not thinking further than Brentford and we know that if we perform well, we can move up the table.
“That is the challenge. We are just taking each game as it comes and we know that if we can beat Brentford, we know we will be in a good position going into the international break.
“Our home form has been good, as has our away form. That is a good ratio to have, as usually you’ll have teams winning more home games and losing away or vice versa. At the moment, we are doing well the right thing, winning or drawing games and we have only lost that one game.”