Kenny Burns: Guy Moussi has demonstrated how much he wants to be part of this Nottingham Forest side
I MUST say, when Guy Moussi came off the bench for Nottingham Forest, he impressed me.
The big Frenchman has not been a major part of Sean O'Driscoll's plans but against Burnley, he came off the bench and made a real impact.
He might not be the most elegant of players, far from it.
He is gangly and his touch is not always the best but he can be effective.
And at the City Ground on Saturday, he made a difference when he came on.
His work-rate cannot be faulted and he gets stuck in but you could see how much playing for Forest means to him.
He wanted to take his chance and, for me, he did that.
It was not about finesse, it was about trying to make things happen and he did that, winning the ball that led to Billy Sharp's goal which effectively killed the game.
The midfielder got the ball down and passed it well.
He came on for Simon Gillett and proved he can play that defensive role. And when you look at him as an opposition player, he looks so imposing. I'm sure he is now in O'Driscoll's thoughts for the weekend. He has definitely played his way into them and maybe Moussi could still have a big part to play on the banks of the Trent this summer.
I also thought Alan Hutton looked sharper at full-back and the Aston Villa loanee is benefiting from playing games.
He is coming along and showed a threat going forward as well as at the back.
But for me, Moussi was a big positive. And it would not surprise me to see him start at the weekend.