Steve Cooper admitted that his side could’ve been more productive in the final third against Burnley at the City Ground last night.
The Forest boss was pleased with the impact of the front four after the switch in formation but claimed the Reds should’ve been out of sight after a bright first 20 minutes.
Callum Hudson-Odoi made his Forest debut last night, scoring a wondergoal helping his new side claim a valuable point, taking the Reds into the top half of the Premier League.
Despite recovering from a goal down, boss Cooper was frustrated that his side didn’t kill the game off before going behind.
Steve Cooper on converting chances into goals
Speaking to BBC Radio Nottingham after the game, Cooper was pleased with his attacking players but wanted his side to be more clinical in front of goal.
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“We started well and took the game to Burnley, the change in formation gave us more high width and got in some good positions.
“I felt like we could’ve done better in and around their box because we got in some really good positions from a couple of switches of play.
“Callum [Hudson-Odoi] coming inside, Anthony [Elanga] in his 1v1s and then Morgan [Gibbs-White] and T [Taiwo Awoniyi] so we gave ourselves a chance to be productive at the top end pitch.
“There was good intensity with a couple of attempts on goal, but we are in the Premier League so we need to be clinical.”