Kenny Burns: Trip to Hull is crucial for Nottingham Forest ahead of taking a break
GAMES have been coming thick and fast since Billy Davies returned but that has proved beneficial after five wins and a draw.
In fact, 16 points from a possible 18 is fantastic and it has propelled them from nowhere into the play-off positions.
Now, they have a week to relax and prepare before they head to high-flying Hull City this weekend.
After that, there is the international break so an extended period without any action.
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That is why Saturday's game becomes all the more important because in the space of a few weeks, that is the only chance to pick up points.
Should the Reds worry about Hull, given they are above them in the Championship?
No. Not if they want to get promoted and on current form, shouldn't Steve Bruce and his men be worrying about the Reds?
Also, when Hull visited back at the start of December, they beat the Reds 2-1.
But I wasn't impressed. In fact, a lot of people weren't. They packed the midfield and Forest couldn't cope but I feel with Davies in charge, they would find a way around that.
Also, the emphasis is on Hull, as the hosts. But that could suit the Reds but it is about the old cliché, one game at a time.
And with this being isolated somewhat, it makes it even more important to get the three points and ensure the momentum continues.
It will be tough. But at present, anything seems possible with the Reds, doesn't it?