Chris O’Grady analyses his time at Nottingham Forest so far

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Chris O’Grady joined Nottingham Forest on a season-long loan deal from Brighton & Hove Albion in the summer transfer window.

Nottingham Forest striker Chris O’Grady has suggested to the club’s official website that that he is pleased with his time at the City Ground so far.

O’Grady joined Forest on a season-long loan deal from Championship rivals Brighton & Hove Albion in the summer transfer window.

“I joined and started really well, then there was a dip for myself and a dip for the team,” the 29-year-old told Forest’s official website.

“It was my dream move and I was desperate to try and make it work. I had to come to terms with that, reset myself, and that’s what we’ve done as a team and that’s what I’ve done personally.”

O’Grady played an important role in Forest’s return to winning ways in the Championship at the weekend.

The former Sheffield Wednesday man scored a goal and created another, as Dougie Freedman’s side defeated Reading 3-1 at the City Ground on Saturday afternoon.

The striker took five shots, had a pass accuracy of 59%, created two chances, put in two crosses, attempted two dribbles, won 67% of his tackles and 67% of his headers, and made one block.

In 10 Championship appearances so far this season, O’Grady has scored one goal and created eight chances.

The former Leicester City striker has a pass accuracy of 60% and a pass accuracy of 71%, and has won 52 headers, nine dribbles and three tackles.

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