Brennan Johnson has issued a ‘confidence’ warning for Nottingham Forest ahead of their clash with Tottenham.

Brennan Johnson is poised to confront his former club Nottingham Forest on Sunday as they face Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League.

Former Nottingham Forest player Brennan Johnson is preparing to face his former team on Sunday with a newfound sense of confidence, as Tottenham seeks to bounce back after a 1-1 draw with West Ham on Tuesday. The upcoming match at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will serve as a reunion for Johnson, who graduated from the Nottingham Forest Academy before joining Spurs in the summer. While Forest secured a 3-1 victory over Fulham on Tuesday, Johnson contributed to Spurs’ draw against West Ham, scoring a goal before being substituted late in the game due to a knock. However, the Wales international has assured everyone of his fitness, making him likely to feature against Forest.

“I think it’s all good,” Johnson reassured the TNT Sport cameras after the match. “It was just from a corner. I’m not sure who it was, but I got a kick in my knee, and it stiffened up a bit. But it’s fine, I’m good.”


With five goals already in the Premier League this season, the 22-year-old Johnson feels he’s progressing under the guidance of manager Ange Postecoglou, contributing to a team with ambitions for a Champions League spot.


“Every week, it’s more and more learning for me,” he continued. “When I came to this club, there was so much for me to learn and develop. Every week, I feel more confident, getting into better areas, so if I can keep trying to score and assist, I’m very happy with that.”

“It’s a very exciting team – a lot of good young players with a lot of quality, and we just need more time to gel, I think. We want to finish the season as strong as we can.


“It’s exciting. We thrive on the opportunities to play against the best teams and we want to test ourselves against everyone.


“We’ll keep playing our football. We have a lot of tough games coming up, and we are really excited for it. Hopefully, we can collect as many points as possible to finish the season as strongly as we can.”

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