Members of the newly-formed Young Trickies supporter group met to discuss the redevelopment plans for The City Ground and have their say as part of the consultation process.
The group, which has been formed to give young supporters a voice and have their say on goings on at Nottingham Forest, met last week to look through the proposed plans and give their feedback on what they would like to see included in the development.
Maddison Larcombe, Young Trickies group member:
"We have discussed the stadium, matchday experience and how to get more people involved, especially the younger ones.
"It is great to be involved. It is good that the club are coming up with plans and ideas but from our point of view, as we grow up we will be the ones using the facilities so it is great to get our views across."
George Edwards, Young Trickies group member:
"It is good that Forest have started this group. Mr Marinakis and the chairman have been trying to involve everyone from all different groups and ages.
"It is important for me to have my say. After our first group meeting, the plans were unveiled and it is good that the club are listening to people to see how they need it to be and encourage people to come to the ground on matchdays.
"We are the future generation, we will be here for 40, 50 or 60 years supporting Forest so we need the stadium to be suitable for that."