Nottingham Forest may be on a 14-match unbeaten run but striker Dele Adebola admits the players are playing with a bit of fear.
Adebola returned to the starting line-up in the last two matches and admits he has been motivated by the desire to keep the run going.
"It is a fantastic run. The onus is on the players who have the shirt to keep the run going. And I do think everyone is playing with a little bit of fear. We look like a team that does not want to be beaten; that is disappointed if we even pick up draws. We want to win every game we play," he told the Evening Post.
He added: "It will be a downer if it happens and the players do not want to be in the team that eventually loses. But we will do at some point.
"It is just down to us to make sure that we go out and give 100% at the very least."
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