Nottingham Forest fans have praised Chris Cohen’s performance against Watford on social media site Twitter.
Cohen has missed a large amount of football recently after an injury to his knee ruled him out for over a year.
However, he is back in action now and Forest supporters are delighted that he is available for selection once more.
Cohen has only made two starts this season, but his performance against Watford in the fourth round of the FA Cup suggested that he is ready for more regular action in Dougie Freedman’s side in the weeks ahead.
The 28-year-old managed a full 90 minutes for the first time since coming back to full fitness, and he looked untroubled by injury throughout the contest.
Although Forest lost 1-0 to the Hornets, they put in a good account of themselves and Cohen was their standout performer.
The central midfielder nearly created an equaliser to cap off his fine display, but Forest were unable to convert the late chance.
Here is the best reaction from Reds supporters on social media site Twitter to Cohen’s display against Watford.
5 positives from #nffc 2day: Cohen full 90. Grant showing promise. David Vaughan heroic again. Another Dorus wonder-save. Great Reds support— Jon Cook (@JCHollowell) January 30, 2016
Thought Chrissy Cohen was immense today. Great to see him so strong and effective again. Such a great football brain. #nffc— Baz Cooper (@bazdjcooper) January 30, 2016
Ninety minutes for Sir Chris of Cohen though. #NFFC— Zap! I'm Ironic Wolf (@fritzromanov) January 30, 2016
Thought Chris Cohen had an excellent game for #nffc yesterday. Real plus. Hope we can get a striker in for a push this season.— 29Sqeley (@29Eley) January 31, 2016
Why change the back 4 that kept 3 clean sheets? Disappointing team selection from Dougie! But great to see Cohen get through 90 mins! #NFFC— Michael Cleaver (@xCleaverNFFC) January 30, 2016
Cruel game. Grant & Cohen great today & Vaughan outstanding. Solid again, just lacking a striker up top to make us a good side. #nffc— Thomas Payne (@trickytrees12) January 30, 2016