Nottingham Forest head coach Sabri Lamouchi says the squad are fully focused on getting the victory they need against Swansea tomorrow night.
A win at The City Ground would seal a play-off spot for The Reds and Lamouchi is only looking at the challenge posed by Steve Cooper’s side.
He said: “It is one more win. I want the next win and we always work hard in the week because we have to keep focused on the next game. All games are important, but the next one is the most important one.
“Swansea will be a tough game and we will try to win, like we will try to win against Barnsley and Stoke. It is not about points, it is about the challenge. We have three games, nine points to play for and we want the maximum points.”
Lamouchi watched Swansea’s late defeat against Leeds on the weekend, a result he felt was harsh on The Swans as he expects a difficult encounter.
He said: “They were unlucky and the draw was more fair and more logical. They deserved the point and to concede this goal in the last moment was unbelievable for them. They played well and they are a good team with good players.
“It will be a tough game, we know that and they will come to The City Ground to try and win. It is an important game for them, and an important game for us like the next three games. We will try to play these three games to get the wins.”