Assistant manager David Kelly hopes Nottingham Forest's win at Plymouth will help inspire the club to successive Championship victories for the first time in seven months when Scunthorpe visit the City Ground on Wednesday.
Chris Gunter's first senior career goal gave Forest all three points at Home Park as the East Midlands side claimed their first away league triumph since February.
"We have good games coming up now so we want to capitalise and build on this now and string a few wins together," said Kelly. "We want to go out and play really well and win against Scunthorpe, but I would happily take playing rubbish and winning, I can tell you."
He added: "If you look from the back end of last season our away form is good, and our last two or three performances away have been spot on, but we have not picked up all the points.
"We have not been beaten away since March and we have had some difficult games recently so to come to another difficult place, a long way from home, and pick up the win is very pleasing."
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