Forest have won their last two games in the Championship, and the players are looking confident again.
“I think things have changed on the pitch,” Freedman told Forest’s official website. “We look more resilient in the last ten minutes of games, and in the first ten minutes we ease our way into it a little bit so we don’t get caught out. That’s what’s given us that winning mentality right now.”
Forest have won three of their last four matches in the Championship, and it appears that Freedman has found a way to get his players going.
The Reds have defeated Derby County, Reading and Fulham in recent weeks, and they will be keen on getting the better of Wolverhampton Wanderers away from home this evening.
Freedman has some good players, and they will need to maintain the standards they have shown in recent weeks.
A top-six finish in the Championship this season is not impossible, but for that to happen, Forest need to maintain their current momentum and carry on winning matches.
The Reds are 15th in the league table at the moment with 23 points from 19 matches, just seven points above the relegation zone.