Can Forest Improve On Last Season?

Dougie Freedman's men face the two sides currently standing between them and the top six places over the Easter break, hosting Wolves on Good Friday and then travelling to Brentford on Easter Monday.

Two wins in those games will keep alive hopes of the play-offs but the Reds are also on course to better their 2013/14 record.

Last season, Forest ended up with 65 points from 16 wins and 17 draws with 13 defeats. They currently have 57 with 7 games remaining from 15 wins and 12 draws with 12 defeats.

Clearly, despite the almost constant managerial changes of the past few years, the Reds remain a solid top-half team in the Championship.

Is Dougie Freedman the man to maintain that and try to improve on it in the face of transfer restrictions over the summer?