Date: 26th October 2012 at 2:25pm
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Nottingham Forest manager Sean O’Driscoll says he’s taking nothing for granted and refuses to allow complacency to set in amongst his players, as the Reds’ attempt to make it five games unbeaten when they take on Barnsley at Oakwell tomorrow.

Forest have taken two wins and two draws from their four games in October and go into the match at Oakwell in a fine run of form. A win over Cardiff at home last weekend, was followed up by a well earned draw at Blackpool on Tuesday night and sees Forest sitting just two points off a Play Off place. Despite the good run, O’Driscoll warned of a tough game against the Tykes.

Speaking to the official site, O’Driscoll said. “We`ve tried to prepare for all three games together rather than individually and this is arguably the most difficult of the three. People may think that`s a strange thing to say but after watching DVDs of Cardiff, DVDs of Blackpool and DVDs of Barnsley I believe that to be the case. I`m not just saying that because it`s our next game and it`s easy to say. I`m saying it because they`ve got a bit of both, organisation and flair.

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