Adlene Guedioura: Nottingham Forest are 'not finished yet' when it comes to form
ADLENE Guedioura today warned the Championship: "Nottingham Forest are not finished yet."
The Reds will be looking to collect their fourth straight win under Billy Davies when Ipswich Town visit the City Ground tonight.
Guedioura believes Forest are building both confidence and momentum under the Scotsman, who is unbeaten in four games since returning for a second spell in charge.
And, while he says Forest must maintain their focus, Guedioura also believes they must view back-to-back home games – with Wolves set to visit on Saturday – as an opportunity to further add to their good form.
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"Confidence is high at the minute. We do feel like we are building momentum," said the Algerian international. "We had not won three games in a row since we started the season, so we are happy. But we are also not finished yet.
"We have to be focused, we have to carry on, because we have two games coming up at home and we want to do great things there.
"We have to see this as an opportunity. All the teams that are doing well (in the Championship) have a good record at home.
"It is something we want to work on, our home form – and we just want to carry on our good form in general."
Saturday's win saw Radi Majewski net his fifth goal in three games, as the little Pole enjoys a remarkable run of form.
But Guedioura says Davies has given the entire team fresh confidence in their ability.
"I think Billy has been feeding Radi Red Bull or something!" joked Guedioura.
"The manager just gives everyone confidence. Before we go onto the pitch, he has so much passion, so much motivation within him.
"Radi did well again and we all hope he can continue the form he has shown in recent games, because he has scored some important goals for us.
"Saturday was a fantastic win for all of us, for the team, for the players, for the club, for the manager and for the fans who made the journey.
"We were all happy to get another three points.
"It was a tough second half and probably not too good to watch.
"But we showed our character, we showed we are together and the team spirit was good.
"Hopefully we can continue that."