Nottingham Forest will find their feet now they have had time to gel, says striker Sharp
BILLY Sharp believes Nottingham Forest should be finding their feet, now they are a third of the way into the Championship season.
With an entirely new look squad featuring more than a dozen new faces, it was always going to take time for Forest to gel.
But Sharp hopes they will start to produce their best on a regular basis, now they have had that time.
"We are a third of the way into the season and we should all be on the same page now," he said.
"But we feel like we are now. We all believe in what we are doing.
"If we can have a few different plans up our sleeves, we can get the results we need."
More specifically, Sharp says Forest must find a way to get the better of physical sides who stop the Reds from playing their best football. He said: "We have been trying to work on a plan B.
"Middlesbrough played really well at home on television, in the game before they came to play us here.
"Then they came here and did things slightly differently and were really well organised and well drilled in what they were doing.
"They were all on the same page.
"If we can get those kind of things right, we can turn those draws into wins."
Sharp is on loan from Premier League Southampton until the end of the season.
But he says he very much feels part of things at the City Ground.
"I do feel like a Forest player. Everyone from the chef here to the secretary have been brilliant, they have made me feel very welcome," he said.