Forest have won just one of their last 12 league matches, and while they remain well clear of the drop zone as things stand they will need one more victory to feel totally assured of their status as a second tier side.
The Reds are currently nine points clear of the relegation zone, with just six matches remaining.
Forest were beaten 2-1 by Reading yesterday evening, and Al Hasawi has sympathised with his side’s supporters as their frustrations rise.
Our main goal right now is to stabilize our position in the championship. #nffc— @FAWAZ_ALHASAWI (@fawaz_alhasawi1) April 5, 2016
We are trying our best to appoint the right manager for the next season. We appreciate your ongoing support towards the club. #nffc— @FAWAZ_ALHASAWI (@fawaz_alhasawi1) April 5, 2016
It is important that we stick together as we have since day one in order to come through the challenging times #nffc— @FAWAZ_ALHASAWI (@fawaz_alhasawi1) April 5, 2016
A big thank you to all our supporters once again and I promise to try my best to satisfy the happiness of our great fans #nffc— @FAWAZ_ALHASAWI (@fawaz_alhasawi1) April 5, 2016
I don't blame our fans for their disappointment and sadness as I would feel the same way if I was in their shoes. #nffc— @FAWAZ_ALHASAWI (@fawaz_alhasawi1) April 5, 2016
Al Hasawi controversially opted to sack Dougie Freedman last month, and the side’s form has taken a turn for the worse since.
Under Paul Williams’ guidance, Forest have failed to win any of their last four matches, and they have a match against promotion chasing Brighton & Hove Albion next on their schedule.
Al Hasawi did provide Forest supporters with some reason for cheer, though, as he insisted that the transfer embargo would be lifted soon - and he also confirmed that the club are close to appointing a new CEO.