No complaints from Bradford boss

David Johnson's winner gave Forest all three points in a game that also saw Bradford reduced to ten men when Darren Holloway was dismissed.

"Although Forest have been doing well at home, we felt that we were capable of getting a result because of what has been happening to them away from home," Todd said.

"But we were not firing on any cylinders in the first half and it was no surprise when we found ourselves a goal down.

"We've been creating a lot of chances this season, but we failed to do so here even though I thought we controlled things a lot better in the second half.

"I had no complaints with the sending off. He had to go, but we had six players booked and one sent off and I didn't think it was that type of game."