Despite giving a crucial assist in the thrilling draw between Wolves and Nottingham Forest, USMNT player Gio Reyna said he “did okay” on his first Premier League debut for Nottingham Forest.

USMNT player Gio Reyna received feedback that he “did okay” after contributing to a goal on Nottingham Forest’s inaugural Premier League start.

Consequently, what happened?

While on loan at the City Ground, the American international has had to wait his turn to play regularly. The 21-year-old has occasionally been hampered by his lack of fitness, therefore he has had to settle for cameo roles off the bench.


On the other hand, he was visible from the start of a 71-minute home game against Wolves. Reyna twice went close to scoring on his own, swinging over the corner that resulted in Morgan Gibbs-White scoring Forest’s first goal in a 2-2 tie.


When questioned about Reyna’s performance and what he could bring to the Reds’ cause, Nuno Espirito Santo told reporters after the game: “He played good.” He bestowed to us good possession. He passed and finished well in good situations. He is an excellent alternative to what we often have. He performed passably.


Forest avoided relegation in the Premier League with a point against Wolves. Reyna hopes to play a major role in a push for top-flight survival in the final five games of the season before Borussia Dortmund-owned playmaker’s long-term future is decided.

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