The American full-back completed the achievement in a 0-0 draw against Queens Park Rangers yesterday evening.
Forest and QPR largely cancelled each other out, in a match that was starved of chances.
But, although Forest weren’t able to grab the win that Lichaj would have wanted on such a landmark occasion, he was still very happy to have completed the achievement.
Absolute pleasure and I've enjoyed every single one. Hopefully many for to come! https://t.co/7qMKLmfevQ— Eric Lichaj (@EricLichaj) January 26, 2016
Lichaj joined Forest from Aston Villa back in 2013, and he has become a reliable figure in their first team.
The 27-year-old may not be the most decorated figure at the City Ground, but he is a firmly established part of the Midlands side’s starting line up.
Lichaj’s solid defence and energetic attacking have made him one of the most sturdy full-back’s in the Championship.
Lichaj has scored one goal over his 100 appearances for the club to date.