Nottingham Forest have been superb since Dougie Freedman came in as manager to replace Stuart Pearce.
Freedman put a halt to the slide, which saw Forest falling down the Championship table and has consolidated the team in the top half.
Unfortunately the play-offs look a little too far off, but Freedman has developed a number of key qualities in the side with arguably the most impressive, the ability of this team to fight back.
Freedman has overseen Forest securing ten points from losing positions this season with good results in the games against Brighton, Bournemouth, Middlesbrough and Blackpool.
While it may be an admirable quality for the team to compete when they are up against it, Freedman will want his side to make life a little more comfortable for themselves.
He’ll be looking for his team to get into winning positions and defend leads effectively over the rest of the season.
Forest have proven they can fight back, but it’s not a positive habit to fall into.
Sooner or later, fortune won’t be on Forest’s side and they will fall to another defeat as a result, which is something Freedman would naturally want to avoid.