Nottingham Forest striker Lewis Grabban is looking for The Reds to kick on and improve even more as they visit Swansea City tomorrow.
Forest made a positive start to the season, going unbeaten in their last seven games and Grabban wants the side to carry on gelling and getting better as a team.
He said: “It has been positive overall. We have progressed and we are still getting better, we are just trying to find that bit more of consistency in terms of winning games but the lads are happy with it at the moment.
“This next batch of games will show an improvement again on the last batch and hopefully we can start moving up the table a bit towards the top six and stay there. Hopefully these games will show what we have been working on and you will see the end results of gelling together.”
The Reds take on Swansea who have started strongly themselves, sitting at the top of the table ahead of this weekend’s fixtures, and Grabban wants to take the game to them.
“It should be tough, they have started off well,” he said. “They play good football and always have so we are expecting a competitive footballing game.
“We will just go there and try and disturb them as much as possible and see where it takes us.
“They are doing well and made a couple of good signings but we will see what happens and try and impose ourselves on the game.”