Barrie McKay’s time will come under Aitor Karanka at Nottingham Forest, if he keeps working hard. That was the message from the Reds boss, who left the Scottish wide man out of the squad that claimed a memorable 2-0 win over Championship leaders Wolves. Tyler Walker also failed to make the 18-man squad at Molineux, while David Vaughan missed out with a slight injury picked up in training on Friday.
Aitor Karanka hopes Nottingham Forest will now believe how good they can be – after they defeated a Wolves side he still regards as being the best in the Championship. The Reds became only the second team this season to topple the league leaders at Molineux, with Cardiff City the last team to depart with three points back in August.
Ben Osborn revealed a pre-match meeting with Aitor Karanka had Nottingham Forest’s players believing they were capable of upsetting Championship leaders Wolves. But, after claiming a 2-0 win that even he admitted was a surprise, the midfielder says the challenge for the Reds is to find the consistency that has eluded them for so long.
@kaiser_usborne No, the turning point that season was in the FA Cup - but it was when they lost to Sheff United, not beat WH reserves. That started a run of eight games without a win, culminating in the 5-0 drubbing at Derby, that led to Billy's departure.
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