Andy Cook shares a message to all Nottingham Forest fans that have supported his side in their hundreds this season after the 2019-20 current season has come to an end.
Cook said: “My message to all the Forest fans is first and foremost stay at home and stay safe.
“This time will pass and we will be able to get back to normality in the future.
“I hope we’ve been able to make a few people happy and smile on a Sunday when we’ve played and especially when we’ve won.
“While we’re away, keep involved with the club on social media and hopefully we will back as soon as possible.
“Thank you for your support.
This was Cook’s first season in charge of The Reds and he also looks back with fondness at the fantastic support his side has received on and off the field from the Forest faithful.
“The support we have is great and is a credit to all Forest fans who have showed their faith in the team over the years,” Cook said.
“I also hope we have attracted a few more fans this season with our success on the pitch.
“It’s great when we see crowds of 300 or 400 people come to watch us and next season it would be great to build on that and get more fans in and supporting the players and the club.
“When we play away we always have a good core of fans that travel to see us play which is always nice to see.
“This season we’ve also had a fair amount of support on social media from fans and from current and former mens players of Forest which really makes all the difference.
“We look forward to seeing everyone again next season.”