Nottingham Forest boss Dougie Freedman wants his players to continue showing a strong attitude when they face Charlton Athletic on Tuesday.Forest beat Reading 3-0 in their latest Sky Bet Championship game at the weekend to secure a third consecutive victory, and their fifth in six games under Freedman.
But the 40-year-old insists his players must match the intensity of their performance against the Royals to earn three points this evening.
“If we can approach the game in the same way as we did in the second half against Reading it’s a winnable game for us,” he said.
“It’s going to be tough but I look at our team right now, with the confidence we’re playing with and the fantastic travelling support, and if we choose the right attitude I can see us winning. I feel we can take the game to them.
“The team’s got a good structure about it, a good organisation, and that’s given them the confidence to express themselves going forward.”
Forest will face a rejuvenated Charlton side at the Valley, with the Addicks having won three of their last four league games to rise to 12th in the table.