Nottingham Forest right-back Matty Cash believed The Reds played some great football at home to Queens Park Rangers despite being held to a 0-0 draw on Saturday afternoon.
Joe Worrall did find the back of the net inside the first half as he headed home Joe Lolley’s corner-kick but the referee called for a re-take after the ball was moving when struck by Lolley.
Speaking after the game, Cash said: “Obviously we thought we had scored that goal, which is a bit annoying but it was tough conditions today as the wind was quite strong.
“I thought we played some good stuff, thought we were the better team overall and I think we controlled the game. We had a few chances to score and I don’t think they made it very hard for us.
“They’re obviously a good side but I think they opened gaps for us to create chances and we did that. We had one cleared off the line and a few headers so I don’t think they made it hard we’ve just got to put the ball away.”
The point sees The Reds maintain their fifth-place spot in the league standings and Cash states all focus is on themselves in the run-in to the end of the season as the side continue to battle for promotion.
He said: “We’ve just got to focus on ourselves and before looking at anyone else we’ve got to get the points in our bag.
“We’re still in the fight. 12 games to go so loads to play for and we’ve got to focus on the next one. We’re back in tomorrow and we’ve got to work hard and get ourselves right for Tuesday.”