The Football League Paper - - CHAMPIONSHIP - By Steve Mar­shall

NOT­TING­HAM For­est striker Britt As­som­ba­longa hopes that the Reds have put the fright­en­ers on the rest of the Cham­pi­onship.

For­est have spent most of the cam­paign so far at the top of the ta­ble, but their big sum­mer sign­ing from Peter­bor­ough be­lieves they have yet to hit their peak.

He said:“You can never write us off, be­cause we will al­ways come back fight­ing. That is good for us, be­cause it scares other sides.

“Teams will come to us know­ing that they have to play to their best for the whole 90 min­utes if they want to get a re­sult, not 70 .

“That is the big thing for us that, even when we are not at our best, we can still win games. Ob­vi­ously we do not want to keep play­ing badly and win­ning games, we want to pro­duce our best.

“We will take wins how­ever they come, but the gaffer wants us to start show­ing our best at the same time.

“In a way, teams are go­ing to be scared of us, be­cause we are still to pro­duce our best, yet we are still win­ning.

“We have the belief in the chang­ing room, we feel as though we will never go down, never be beaten.

“The only way is up.We want to get into the Premier League and if we can keep go­ing the way we are go­ing then we’ve a chance of that.”

BELIEF: As­som­ba­longa

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