Andy Cook was left delighted with his side’s dominant performance on Sunday afternoon as they claimed a comfortable 7-0 home win over Loughborough Foxes.
Speaking after the game, Cook shared his joy of picking up the victory.
He said: “We played some great football and I’m absolutely delighted with the win. To start the way we did was excellent and worked well against how Loughborough set up but we’re left just overjoyed with the result and overall performance as well.”
Forest controlled the game’s proceedings from the starting whistle as they picked up their biggest league win since the 2007-08 season and Cook was pleased with his side’s entire performance.
He said: “Dominating a whole game is something that’s been coming and we’re pleased to achieve that today. We’re delighted with how the whole game went from across the whole pitch. It was made even better as we were able to rotate a couple of players and Niamh Reynolds was able to get on and make her debut and she played fantastic.”
The Reds have enjoyed an unbeaten start to the season and currently sit top of the league table having picked up 13 points out of a possible 15 but Cook states the real fight ‘starts now’.
“Sitting top of the league is something we’ve all tried to achieve since I first came in last summer and it feels great to finally get there,” he explained.
“Last season we were fighting in the top half but never quite got there but now the real fight starts now we’re here. We’ve got to make sure we’re fighting every week now to make sure that we stay there. We know it’s going to be a big ask but we’re absolutely delighted with where we are now.”