Nottingham Forest youngster Tyrese Fornah helped Plymouth Argyle reach round two of the FA Cup on Saturday with a 1-0 win over Charlton.
The 21-year-old joined the Pilgrims on loan for the 2020/21 campaign during the summer transfer window.
Fornah is playing extremely well at Home Park, with Ryan Lowe’s team doing well during their maiden campaign in League One.
The academy starlet made his Forest debut away at Chelsea in the FA Cup last season and could enjoy a bright future.
He earned some decent comments from Plymouth Herald on Saturday, although he was handed some advice over an area of improvement.
The player ratings piece claimed: “Gave good protection to Argyle’s defensive trio but could have done better when he was in possession of the ball going forward.”
The Verdict – Fornah progressing nicely but more to come
At 21, Fornah is enjoying his first taste of men’s football and he should improve as the season progresses.
It has certainly been a case of so far so good for the youngster but men’s football is still relatively new to him.
Forest have a proud history with younger players and they will have high hopes for Fornah.
He is good on the ball and strong in the tackle, making him a sound option in the holding midfield role.
The comments from the newspaper on Saturday suggest there are still things to work on.
There is every hope, however, that Fornah will enjoy more good days than bad between now and the end of the season.