Former Leeds United captain Liam Bridcutt
Bridcutt made his third start for the Reds during Tuesday's trip to another of his old clubs, Sunderland.
But despite picking up his first win as a Forest player, it would appear the jury is still out on the Scotland international.
Here's what's being said about him on Twitter:
#nffc play the bloody thing forward forest. Forward. Bridcutt doesn't even look forward when he gets the ball.— Scott Fowkes (@scottyfowkes) 12 September 2017
All for giving players a chance but all I've seen Bridcutt do since he's signed is foul #NFFC— NorthWestRed (@red_till_death) 12 September 2017
Personally I feel as if Bridcutt has sucked the life out of #nffc since he has shown up we have done virtually nothing at all.— Forest FanBase (@ForestFanBase) 12 September 2017
I was at the game tonight did nothing for me mind you both teams were very poor take the result though— Gary Dowson (@dowson754) 12 September 2017
Totally agree, he has made us more negative!— Darren barker (@BarkerDazbarker) 12 September 2017
Bridcutt doesn't give us the same attacking outlet as Vaughan, can switch defence to attack so quick #nffc— Whysall14 (@Josh_nffc) 12 September 2017
Team coming together but brereton not a winger, Osborn needs to be in the middle, McKay on left and bridcutt? Jury's out #nffc— Dan James (@danjam1970) 12 September 2017
And though not everyone sees it that way, tweets like these were few and far between...
Bridcutt was our man of the match tonight— Jack Dilloway (@dilldog_red) 12 September 2017
Bridcutt was well-liked at Leeds, whose supporters questioned in numbers the decision to let him leave for Forest.
They perhaps slightly better now, however, with their side having since overtaken Mark Warburton's men to go top of the Championship.
Leeds United winger Ezgjan Alioski celebrates
The Whites were 2-0 winners at the City Ground in Bridcutt's first game for Forest, and have won both their games following the international break to preserve their unbeaten start under new boss Thomas Christiansen.
The Reds are currently eighth in the standings, but are level on points with sixth-placed Sheffield Wednesday, who beat them on Saturday.
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