Guedioura targets another run of form for Forest
ADLENE Guedioura believes Nottingham Forest can make swift progress up the Championship table if they can build another run of form.
Sean O'Driscoll's side will be looking to bounce back from defeat at Ipswich when they face Hull City today.
The Reds had climbed to within touching distance of the play-off places prior to their trip to Portman Road – following an encouraging win over Guedioura's former club Wolves.
Now, as they face the Tigers in the first of two home games, Guedioura hopes Forest can get on a decent run.
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"You do need to build little runs of good form in this division, because it can work both ways," said the Algerian international.
"If you lose a couple of games, you can drop down in the table quickly.
"But, if you can put together a few wins, you can climb quickly as well. That is why we need to keep working and keep believing."
For all their attacking threat at Molineux last weekend, Guedioura believes the foundation for their win was their defensive resolve.
And he believes those qualities will be just as important over the coming months.
"The win over Wolves was more about our defending and organisation," he said.
"Sometimes you need to defend to get the points and we did that very well in the second half at Wolves.
"We need to be prepared for every game we play, even if we are feeling confident. We know what we are capable of doing, but we need to make sure that we work hard to do it."
Guedioura's goal at Molineux took his tally for the season to three – and he hopes he can add more to that.
"I am not a striker, so I do not set myself goal targets," he said. "But I do want to contribute a few goals when I can.
"As a midfielder, you should be able to do that.
"I've got a few, but hopefully there are more to come."