Nottingham Forest forward Lewis Grabban is determined to build on an impressive week away from home when The Reds return to The City Ground this afternoon.
Forest picked up four points from trips to Stoke City and Blackburn Rovers and hopes to continue their unbeaten streak when Brentford visit Trentside today.
He said: “Our form has been good lately, we have picked up some really good points away from home and we are still unbeaten so it has been good.
“But we have to maintain those positive results. There is a really positive feeling around the club and we all want to keep progressing as I think there is still more that we can do; we all want to try and do more.
“We have done really well away from home, we have been resilient. We reacted well on Tuesday night to them scoring, we reacted quickly and also when we do play our football, it shows how good we can be. We need to zone into that a bit more often and try to produce that on a more regular basis to see where it takes us.
“It is always nice to be back home. Hopefully it will be a sell-out again and it would be nice to get a result for the fans who come along. If we can do that, it would be unbelievable for this batch of games. If we can do it, we will be right up there so it is all positive.”
The full interview with Lewis is available to read in today’s edition of Forest Review. Find out what else is inside this week's edition here.
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