MARTIN Samuelsen believes that Burton Albion can get a good result against Nottingham Forest.
The 20-year-old also admits he has been pleasantly surprised by the welcoming nature of the Burton team.
The winger, who joined on-loan from West Ham United in January, reckons that the Brewers are playing out-of-form Forest at the right time and thinks that a Burton Albion win could put even more pressure on Aitor Karanka’s side.
He said: “I think that Nottingham Forest are starting to feel the fear (of the relegation battle) and it will shake them up a bit. I think that we can get a result against them.
“We are going to go out from the start trying to get a goal and win the game.
“I always thrive on playing against bigger teams and I like a challenge. Fulham did not go as I would have planned, neither did Reading. It was a good game against Ipswich and we will go again against Nottingham Forest.”
The Norwegian international might have only been with the Brewers for a matter of weeks, but he says that he has been welcomed into the squad with open arms.
He said: “I have really enjoyed myself in the first few weeks. I have been astonished by how welcoming everyone has been.
“Everyone has been so nice and that is very important for morale.”