Lansbury admits that Forest have not been good enough recently, after they were beaten 2-1 by Reading yesterday evening.
Got to stick together and grind out these next games we haven't been good enough we know that sorry to the fans time to stick together !— Henri Lansbury (@lansburyhenri) April 5, 2016
Forest have now won just one of their last 12 matches, and there are fears that they could be dragged into a relegation battle beginning to arise.
Forest are currently nine points clear of the drop zone, with just six games remaining, but they have slipped down the league standings.
The Midlands side have not been in good form under temporary boss Paul Williams, and their performances are progressively getting worse.
Forest actually took the lead against Reading last night, but the Royals fought back to claim the three points.
The Reds’ fixture list does not get any easier for them either, as they are set to face promotion chasing Brighton & Hove Albion at the weekend.
Brighton have been in brilliant form of late, and if Forest are unable to cause an upset frustrations at the City Ground are only set to rise.